This Week In Food, Part Four

Food and other photos by MJ Klein

After the wedding, we went down to Kaohsiung to visit the family.  Ping-chen suggested that we check out a Korean style restaurant for lunch.  It was a great suggestion!

Korean Lunch

The sisters check out the menu

Korean Lunch

This is a shot of the grilling device, my plate and 3 very interesting sauces.  I’ve never experienced those particular sauces before and I found one of them to be very good on the grilled food.

Korean Lunch

Once we ordered, the food came very quickly.  Notice the grill all loaded up.

Korean Lunch

Here is Beauty Shot #1.

Korean Lunch

And Beauty Shot #2.

Korean Lunch

#3.  Are you getting hungry yet?

Korean Lunch

A shot of the devastation afterwards.

The meal featured the pickled vegetables that Korean cuisine is known for.  It was an excellent compliment to the grilled fare.

Korean Lunch

Hui-chen and her mother discuss the highlights of the meal.

Korean Lunch

Ping-chen and her husband Albert.

Korean Lunch

The restaurant has a very unusual outdoorsy decor.  Notice this log going right through the window glass.

Korean Lunch

Someone spent a lot of time making that cut!

Korean Lunch

The back end of the log goes into this wall.  Don’t worry, it’s a facade and not a support column.

Korean Lunch

The other end goes right out of the restaurant (I’ll show you where in a minute).

Korean Lunch

These 2 stumps are part of the decor.

Korean Lunch

The log goes through the wall, intersecting the glass.

Korean Lunch

A shot of our table from the cashier’s area.

Korean Lunch

The cashier’s desk to the left.

Korean Lunch

As you can see, the log goes right over the door!

Korean Lunch

Beside this door is a huge stone….

Korean Lunch

…that’s been cut in 1/2 to make it appear to go thorough the glass like the log.

If you haven’t been to a good Korean restaurant in awhile, I suggest that you visit one soon!

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3 comments

  1. I love all the food posts! I am starving just looking at them on my screen. Great photos as usual – I feel like I am there with you.

    I love Korean BBQ, especially all the little dishes. This restaurant’s decor is particularly cool!

    Sandys last blog post..Happy Chinese New Year!

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