Cycle 4 – Item 125
10 (Fri) May 2013
-Sinsa, Gangnam, Seoul, Republic of Korea-
with W, Mom + Dad, various paternal-side relatives
The bossam here is usually pretty good, though I’ve never been a big fan of it. While the meat is fine, the kimchi is a bit too sweet and not enough bite for me.
Tonight, however, the meat was a bit dry and a bit porky in aftertaste.
With a small yet diverse menu ranging from comfort grub to court cuisine, all well prepared and immaculately presented, reasonably priced, prompt and polite service, down-to-earth atmosphere, this restaurant presents a nice relaxed alternative to, say, Korean BBQ when hosting out-of-towners.
It was a good choice for a final family meal with KW before he returns to NYC.
(See also GLOBAL FOOD GLOSSARY)
(See also RESTAURANTS IN KOREA)