Song Cook Set Course Dinner
|Nelson: Song Cooks can accommodate a decent number of people so we went here after the beach. As usual the banchan here isn't that plentiful and is always the same. I like most of them, but their kimchi is quite sour. We ordered a set course for 7-9 people for $127.99.|
|NuRoongJiTang - Rice cakes in soup. Hard to tell but this soup has a lot of different ingredients. The soup softens the rice cakes enough so that they aren't super hard.|
|Sohn mandu - handmade Korean dumplings, which I'm not sure is that different from regular dumplings.|
|This is something new because we substituted, Khan Poung Gi which is their signature chicken dish delicately balanced with sweet, sour and a hint of chili spice ($22.99). It's better than the sweet and sour pork/chicken by a lot, so order this instead if you want a sweet tangy dish.|
|KalbiJjim. This time it was wonderful, tender and flavourful. This dish is so great when done right.|
|HaeMul Pajun, seafood pancake. Always popular and delicious.|
|This is a shot of the chape chae. It was really wet and not flavourful at all.. I didn't like it, but maybe I make it so different at home that I"m used to it homemade now.|
These came out as part of the set course dinner I think. Just puffed up pastries with a sweet glazse. Nice!
Still one of my favourite Korean restaurants and one I go to frequently.
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