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Thursday, 28 August 2014



Any one of those plates would be a win.


STILL haven't had that jokbal bossam... I usually go to Grandma's after 10pm, which becomes Ju-Mak - same owner/chef, but a more limited menu which doesn't include the jokbal bossam. I really need to go there at a normal dinner time!

Lynn @ oh-soyummy

i've never had Jokbal Bossam but it looks interesting! i was at grandma's tofu bbq about 2 weeks ago with convoy recon. i think they had an off day because our group didn't really like the dot sol bibimbap. one of my recent yummy versions was at tsuruhashi, which they called bibinba in a stone pot. it's spelled a little differently but i think it's the same item.


yummy round-up!


Hi Billy - Hope it's not too hot where you're at.

Hi Jinxi - That and the heukyumso jungol - the goat stew are our favorites.

Hi Lynn - Try the Kimchi Dol Sot Bi Bim Bap. Like I mentioend before, yakiniku is highly influenced by Zainichi Koreans; there are over 500,000 of them in Japan.

Thanks Kat!

Soo H.

Mmm... I need to revisit Homestyle Hawaiian too!


Be prepared for major crowds during lunch times Soo....

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