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Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
June 27, 2012
by jung k
May 10, 2004
I recommend any of the chi gae dishess, spicy Korean casserole/stews that will warm your belly in the winter. The bibimbap, which is rice mixed with vegetables, egg, and meat served in a stone pot with red pepper paste, is also a consistently solid choice. They bring plenty of ban chan (side dishes), with the kim chi usually on the e-guh (ripe) side. One thing I will warn against is the man doo. These are fried Korean dumplings and it's listed as a main dish, but really should be considered an appetizer-type dish to be shared by the table. There always seems to be a non-Korean person who orders it whenever I'm eating there and it takes everything I have to keep from jumping out of my seat to advise them not to do it. But then again, they seem to like it well enough when it comes out, so what do I know? P.S. There’s no "on the table" BBQ.
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New York, New York
December 17, 2003
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Charlotte, North Carolina
April 18, 2001
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