Seoul Food: Highlights

 

Let the food photos speak for themselves.

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Some BanChan – the smorgasbord of complimentary appetizers that appear before or along with a Korean meal.

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Kimchi Dumplings at Sinpo Woori Mandoo House.

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Sikhye – sweet Korean rice drink.

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Hottoek – fried rice cake with brown sugar in the middle.

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Dok – an assorted variety of rice cakes. The best were the fried ones, like an asian version of the donut hole.

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Seafood Pancake (Haemul Pajeon)

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Milk Bread at Tous Les Jours. There are Tous Les Jours bakeries all over Asia, and I decided to finally try one in Korea, where the chain originally started. The baked goods are surprisingly terrific. The textures and flavors are on-spot. This bread was delightfully light and fluffy, with just a hint of sweetness. IMG_0142

Iced Mango Dessert per my sister’s request.

 

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