The Korean peninsula is surrounded on three sides by the ocean. That’s why fish has been a staple in Korean cooking as a digestible protein for thousands of years and that’s why you will find a few fish dishes in our menu.
Raw, marinated salmon in soy sauce
Supremely tender salmon bedded on wasabi salad
If you fancy raw fish, you will love this dish. Salmon is a great source of protein and omega 3 fatty acids. Yeoneo (연어) is the Korean word for salmon while Jang (장) refers to the marinade made from soy sauce, rice wine, sugar, garlic, ginger, lemon and dasima. Tender salmon served on leek salad with a wasabi dressing, a combination of two components that compliment each other perfectly.
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.