This noodle was quite decent; the texture of noodle was chewy, the flavor was balanced, albeit less salty than I like. Also note that there was no meat in it, so you can say it is a vegetarian dish. The side dishes were alright; the kimchi was the best among all the rest but other places do serve better one.
I have not tasted something so failed. The batter was awful; thick, tasteless and not really what it was called, i.e. crispy honey chicken. Yes, it was sweet but it was not salty at all, not even the flesh, as if it was not marinated. I am disappointed with this.
I had not tried any korean pancake before, hence I did not know what to expect. Based on zero expectation, I would say this pancake was moist and not too dense, but you can really taste the flour which is not really what I like personally. The sauce given was vinegar like, which helped with the overall blandness.
Another disappointment from Dubu Dubu. First off, the soup was tasteless, I couldn't even taste any essence and I seriously doubt so. Secondly, the load of tauge was to my dislike as I never enjoy eating this type of tauge. Thirdly, the beef was tender but again, it seemed like the chef forgot his seasoning.
Something like tau fu fau, loaded with a mountain of nestum and another mountain of red bean. At the bottom was shaven ice with lemony syrup. It was a refreshing dessert, with that lemony taste and icy cold ice. Combined with nestum and red bean, it was something else which was not too bad to try.