Hi, this is Takeshi from Sakura Hotel Hatagaya.
It’s February already.
I remember I’ve worked for the 4 consecutive days on this New Year recently.
Time pasts really fast!
Today, I’ll write about Korean restaurant near Hatagaya.
It’s near Sasazuka station on Keio Line.
You can get there just one train-stop from Hatagaya.
You will feel as if you were in a downtown pub in Seoul.
I really love side dishes in Korean restaurants.
They are called “Banchan (반찬)” in Korean language.
Basically, these are charge-free and you can request refill.
You may have an image that all of Korean foods are red and very spicy.
But some foods are not, this is called Japchae (잡채).
Stir-fried glass noodles and vegetables with soy sauce and sesame oil taste.
And this is Sundubu-jjigae (순두부찌개).
It’s really nice color!
Jjigae (찌개) means a kind of stew or hot pot,
and Sundubu (순두부) is a name of soft tofu in Korean.
Thank you for the delicious meal.