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You will be served various types of side dishes aka banchan whenever you dine in a Korean restaurant, just like appetizers and something to munch on while waiting for your main dishes to arrive. I visited on a Saturday and I was served with obligatory kimchi, par-boiled spinach, pancake, anchovies w/ peanuts, beansprouts, broccoli, black beans, fruit salad and radish kimchi. A bowl of seaweed soup and Korean rice tea were served as well. The kimchi tastes a little disappointing as it lacked spic
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You will be served various types of side dishes aka banchan whenever you dine in a Korean restaurant, just like appetizers and something to munch on while waiting for your main dishes to arrive.

I visited on a Saturday and I was served with obligatory kimchi, par-boiled spinach, pancake, anchovies w/ peanuts, beansprouts, broccoli, black beans, fruit salad and radish kimchi. A bowl of seaweed soup and Korean rice tea were served as well.

The kimchi tastes a little disappointing as it lacked spicy kick that it should have. Others tasted pretty much average. Seaweed soup was the best- served with just the right hot temperature, fragrant from the konbu and well seasoned with the addition of soft seaweed. I enjoyed that the most.
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
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