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!
The sisters check out the menu
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.
Once we ordered, the food came very quickly. Notice the grill all loaded up.
Here is Beauty Shot #1.
And Beauty Shot #2.
#3. Are you getting hungry yet?
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.
Hui-chen and her mother discuss the highlights of the meal.
Ping-chen and her husband Albert.
The restaurant has a very unusual outdoorsy decor. Notice this log going right through the window glass.
Someone spent a lot of time making that cut!
The back end of the log goes into this wall. Don’t worry, it’s a facade and not a support column.
The other end goes right out of the restaurant (I’ll show you where in a minute).
These 2 stumps are part of the decor.
The log goes through the wall, intersecting the glass.
A shot of our table from the cashier’s area.
The cashier’s desk to the left.
As you can see, the log goes right over the door!
Beside this door is a huge stone….
…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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