Tag Archives: Korean food

Brew 3.15 – Korean Fried Chicken with a Side Order of Annoyance

Brew 3.15 is the brainchild of Daniel Gray, the founder of the popular Seoul Eats blog. It is also the sister restaurant of Brew 3.14 which is conveniently located across the street. Brew 3.15 has been open for close to year, and as a rule, I usually like to wait until the dust has settled […]

Hottoek (호떡) – A Sweet, Warm and Comforting Korean Street Food

Hotteok (호떡) is arguably Korean’s most well-known street food. Every street corner in Seoul seems to have a little cart selling some variety of that beautiful little Korean pancake filled with various sweets, nuts, and sometimes vegetables. On a cold winter afternoon, it is common to see people huddled around a Hottoek cart with a […]

Vatos Urban Tacos – Korean-Mexican Fusion of the Gods

The idea of kimchi, tacos and french fries tends to either inspire intrigue or disgust when pitched to culinary aficionados. However, since the explosion of Korean and Mexican fusion in the Southern California food truck scene, the craze naturally made its way over the Pacific and into the heart of Korea. Vatos is a Seoul […]

Tosokchon 토속촌 – Gyungbokgung’s Ginseng Chicken Soup Paradise, but Service Purgatory.

Happy Chuseok gentle reader. I hope you are getting some much needed rest. No rest for me and the misses. Today we hammered out a part of Gyungbokgung and decided to check the Lonely Planet for a nice place to eat in Gyungbokgung. Tosokchon stuck out to us because we really love ginseng chicken soup, […]