Korean

The art of Korean cooking is called Hansik and is built upon healthy and fresh ingredients. Because Korea is a peninsula many of the dishes in our menu incorporate seafood, complemented and accompanied by a multitude of herbs, mushrooms and other wild vegetables. Natural, light preparation that preserves Nutrients is a staple of Korean cuisine. The low fat content, and low amount of calories, coupled with the exclusion of dairy products make Korean food the first choice for health conscious people.


Hansik - Koreanische Kochkunst

리치소다

Lychee juice, mixed

0,5 l

€ 4,30
Refreshing Lychee drink

The flavorful juice of the lychee fruit, mixed with a shot of soda water.

Juice

Korean

알로에 베라 주스

Aloe vera juice

0,3 l

€ 3,90
non-alcoholic soda

Korean refreshment with aloe vera and a shot of sparkling water.

The pleasant honey grape characteristics round out this spectacle of flavors.

Soda

Korean

모과차

Mogwa cha

0,5 l

€ 5,30
Honey quince brew

Savor the unique, sweet but sour flavor of quinces and honey; warm in the kettle or cold in a glass.

Tea

for one person, Korean

대추차

Daechu cha

0,5 l

€ 5,30
Date honey brew cold

The fruit chunks are texturally comparable to dried apple peels. This drink tastes very mildly sweet and warms the body from the inside out with its intense date aroma.

Tea

for one person, Korean

생강차

Saeng-gang cha

0,5 l

€ 5,30
Honey ginger brew

This tea, with its spicy ginger note animates the metabolism and dispels any drowsiness. Enjoy the unique taste warm in a kettle or cold in a glass.

Tea

for one person, Korean

매실차

Maesil cha

0,5 l

€ 5,30
Plum tea cold

This plum tea is made from the small green fruits, preserved in honey. It helps against symptoms of fatigue and loss of appetite. Additionally it detoxifies the body and helps with digestive problems. The bittersweet flavor of green plums: warm in a teapot or cold in a glass, it’s a rich accompaniment to any meal.

Tea

for one person, Korean

유자차

Yuja Cha

0,5 l

€ 5,30
Lemon honey tea

Fruity, sweet lemon tea made by mixing hot or cold water with Yucheong, a type of jam made from the unique, Korean yuzu fruit, whose taste lies somewhere between a grapefruit and a mandarin orange. Yuja cha doesn’t contain caffeine, is rich in vitamin C and is thus suitable for all ages hot or cold.

Tea

for one person, Korean

복분자주

Bokbunja-ju

4 cl

€ 4,80
Wild raspberry wine

A fruit wine made from the wild, black raspberry Bokbunja. The drink is produced through fermentation. An alcohol content of 14% ABV, the deep red coloration and its modest sweetness distinguish it.

Korean alcohol

for one person, Korean, alcoholic

막걸리

Makgeolli

0,75 l

€ 9,80
alcoholic rice drink

The milky, cloudy drink made from rice is in its form probably the oldest alcoholic drink in Korea. The taste reminds of over-fermented cider to which starch and acid have been added. Its alcohol content is about 6-8% ABV.

Makgeolli promotes digestion, strengthens the immune system and acts rejuvenating. This traditional drink is poured with ladles into drinking bowls and has recently enjoyed a revival, especially among the youth of Korea and Japan.

Korean alcohol

for multiple people, Korean

매실주

Bohae Korean plum wine

4 cl

€ 4,30
Korean plum wine

Bohae Korean plum wine tastes best chilled as an aperitif, alongside raw fish or fresh dishes.

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In Korea the plum is regarded as a noble fruit.
In the land of morning calm the plum is a a noble fruit. The plum wine, produced from a selection of the finest Korean plums, ages for 5 years and absorbs the mysterious aroma of the fruit during that time. Not only because of its taste, but also because of its medicinal properties it is highly lauded.
The first sip refreshes and rejuvenates the taste buds. Wine connoisseurs and others that enjoy a pleasant drink with dinner will be captivated by the first drop.

Aperitif & Digestif

for one person, Korean, alcoholic

바나나 막걸리

Makgeolli banana

0,75 l

€ 9,80
alcoholic rice drink with banana flavor

The milky, cloudy drink made from rice is in its form probably the oldest alcoholic drink in Korea. The taste reminds of over-fermented cider to which starch and acid have been added. Its alcohol content is about 6-8% ABV.

Makgeolli promotes digestion, strengthens the immune system and acts rejuvenating. This traditional drink is poured with ladles into drinking bowls and has recently enjoyed a revival, especially among the youth of Korea and Japan. Infused with banana flavor, the drink becomes very agreeable.

Korean alcohol

for multiple people, Korean

청하

ChungHa

0,33 l

€ 9,80
Rice wine

ChungHa ("clear wine") is similar to Japanese sake a rice wine with 13% ABV that is poured using the same customs as soju and drank predominantly cold.

Korean alcohol

for multiple people, Korean, alcoholic

소주

Soju

0,33 l

€ 9,80
Korean national drink

Soju is by far the most popular alcoholic beverage in Korea. It is distilled from rice together with sweet potatoes, wheat or barley, the resulting spirit is clear and mild, a very pleasant drinking experience with its 19.5% ABV.

When pouring you hold the bottle with your right hand. The left hand supports the bottle or is placed below the right elbow. Be mindful to keep everyones glasses constantly filled. You never pour your own drink but the drinks of others at the table. Of special importance here are your elders, making sure to always pour their drinks first when refilling. Pouring drinks for close friends can be done with one hand, however only your right.

Korean alcohol

for multiple people, Korean, alcoholic

딸기 소주

Strawberry Soju

360 ml bottle

€ 9,50
Soju with strawberry flavor

Korean Soju with strawberry flavor. Fruity, smooth Soju with a surprisingly intense strawberry flavor. This Mixju, that is Soju infused with flavor is well liked, not just by Soju connoisseurs. Clear and mild with an alcohol content of 12% ABV it is a very pleasant drink.

Korean alcohol

for one person, for multiple people, Korean, alcoholic

복분자주

Bokbunja-ju

0,375 bottle

€ 21,90
Wine from wild raspberries

Fruit wine from the fermented, wild, black raspberry "Bokbunja". An alcohol content of 14% ABV, the deep red coloration and its modest sweetness make this a popular drink.

Korean alcohol

for one person, for multiple people, Korean

자몽 소주

Grapefruit Soju

360 ml bottle

€ 9,50
Soju with grapefruit flavor

The manufacturer writes the following on their homepage: Fresh grapefruit meets morning dew to create the best flavor. This Mixju with an alcohol content of 13% ABV can be enjoyed by everyone, thanks to its prefect mix of grapefruit and soju.

Korean alcohol

for one person, for multiple people, Korean, alcoholic

한국 맥주

Hite beer

0,33 l bottle

€ 4,60
Korean lager

A beer with low alcohol content. It tastes good straight from of the bottle but just as well from a glass.

Beer

Korean, alcoholic

소주 마티니

Soju Martini

4 cl

€ 5,20
Aperitif

A west-east connection as an appetizer.

Martini bianco and the Korean national drink Soju harmonize perfectly together, for the start of a meal. We serve it together with dried squid and nuts.

Aperitif & Digestif

for one person, Korean, alcoholic

소주

Glass of soju

0,2 cl

€ 2,60
Korean national drink

Soju is by far the most popular alcoholic beverage in Korea. It is distilled from rice together with sweet potatoes, wheat or barley, the resulting spirit is clear and mild, a very pleasant drinking experience with its 19.5% ABV.

Korean alcohol

Korean, alcoholic

인삼주

Insam ju

2 cl

€ 4,50
Ginseng schnapps

The ginseng root plays a large part in tradition al Chinese medicine and is perfectly suited as a delicacy. Matured with alcohol it becomes a delicious, slightly earthy ginseng schnapps.

Spirits

Korean, alcoholic

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