So one night I decided I would need to have that hot pot (I believe it's called budae jjigae) and I rounded up my sister as well. We headed to Darac on her recommendation.
We needed something to start off with and picked a seafood pancake. I can't understand why people are so willing to pay anywhere between up to $15 for what is a flour based pancake with bits and pieces of frozen seafood but that night I did exactly that without knowing why. I guess it's just a form of comfort food that does not have a price to it.
The hot pot I was talking about, all things artificial and unhealthy. Although not as good as some that I have tasted before, it would still pretty comforting to dig in, to say the least.
If I needed a theme to tonight's dinner, it would have to be comfort food; hot soup, sticky white korean rice and seafood pancake, now that's a rather good combination to battle a cold winter's night.
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Verdict: 3.5 stars out of 5 stars. Decent Korean food in the CBD but most importantly, serves up a budae jjigae.