These Entrées are prepared and seasoned in the kitchen and served with selected banchan and a serving of rice. If you want to control the cooking and seasoning yourself, as is commonplace in Korea, we recommend a table grill.
Traditional Korean rice dish
Bibimbap means "stirred rice". In a fire heated stone pot various kinds of vegetables are arranged on a serving of rice, topped with spicy, marinated beef and covered by a fried egg. The finished, crackling dish is then seasoned with chili paste by the patron and thoroughly mixed. Bibimbap tastes best when it has taken on a light red color from the chili paste.
Hint: Bibimbap is always eaten with a spoon and not chopsticks in Korea.
Bibimbap with salmon
Traditional Korean dish
In a piping hot stone pot multiple, expertly matched, color coordinated, steamed vegetables are arranged on top of a serving of rice, complemented with delicately cooked salmon and covered with a fried egg.
The crackling dish is to be thoroughly mixed and eaten with your spoon. Chopsticks are reserved for banchan.
Special vegetable varieties such as bracken, marinated bellflower root and more well known kinds such as spinach, soy bean sprouts, zucchini and others depending on the season are steamed, arranged by color on a serving of rice within a hot stone pot and carefully tucked in with a fried egg. You thoroughly mix the ingredients at the table yourself and season with chili sauce to your specific taste.
Dwaeji Kimchi jjigae
Jeyuk bokkeum (Daeji) mild
Mild, seared pork
Thinly sliced, marbled pork is marinated in a slightly sweet, mild soy mixture. This creates a delicate texture in the neat as well as a mild flavor. Quickly seared in the pan and finished with a generous amount of sliced vegetables. A treat for both young and old.