Panfried Tofu With Spicy Sauce

Here’s a simple Korean recipe for tofu. Whenever I need a recipe for Korean food the first place I look is Maangchi’s site. A friend told me about Maangchi. She’s very, very popular on Youtube and she even has her own podcast on iTunes and I’ve subscribed to it and have downloaded several videos. ThisContinue reading “Panfried Tofu With Spicy Sauce”

8 Reasons Why I Like Bulgogi Brothers

Korean food is one of my favorite cuisines. The food is generally very, very flavorful. Their food can be sweet and salty or spicy to burning hot. There’s something for everyone. Imagine my delight to finally get to eat at Bulgogi Brothers in Alabang Town Center right after attending the blessing of Chatime. Bulgogi BrothersContinue reading “8 Reasons Why I Like Bulgogi Brothers”

Lunch at BonChon Philippines

The first time I tried BonChon was in 2008 when I was in Virginia. I didn’t even have a blog then. I loved it so much that I had to eat BonChon every time I went to the USA. I hoped someone would bring it to Manila and in November 2011 my wish came trueContinue reading “Lunch at BonChon Philippines”

Dinner at Vit Goel ToFu (Lighthouse Tofu)

I thought I was too full from afternoon tea to eat dinner until they told me we were having Korean food. My appetite suddenly roared to life. Located at a quiet strip mall in Annandale, Va, Vit Goel Tofu was a very unassuming Korean restaurant. The one page menu was brief and contained all myContinue reading “Dinner at Vit Goel ToFu (Lighthouse Tofu)”

Han Bat Restaurant

We had an early dinner at 5:30 at Eataly. That plus a couple of hours of shopping and our stomachs were grumbling already. So with the help of Yelp we found Han Bat Restaurant. There were several Korean restaurants near our hotel since Koreatown was at 32nd Street between Fifth Avenue and Broadway. Han Bat hadContinue reading “Han Bat Restaurant”

Lunch at Wood Nymph Korean Restaurant

While doing research on where to eat in Baguio I saw Lori’s glowing review on Wood Nymph Korean restaurant. So after our visit to BenCab Museum we headed there at around 2:00 pm. Korean bean paste and sesame oil w/ pepper dipping sauces It looked fatty but it was actually leaner than the beef afterContinue reading “Lunch at Wood Nymph Korean Restaurant”

Bingsoo at Le Matin De Paris

After dinner at Honey Pig, Sharon said we were going to have bingsoo for dessert? Bing what? I couldn’t wait to find out what she was talking about. When we got there I was surprised to see the name, Le Matin De Paris. It was a French bakery owned by Koreans. It looked like yourContinue reading “Bingsoo at Le Matin De Paris”