The air-conditioned indoor seating has a set of books. A choice between sitting the western way on chairs and the Korean style of floor sitting.
The non-air conditioned outdoor seating has a very Korean outlook.
Our Menu Selection had two dishes-
1. Soya Jea Yook( Roast Pork with Soya Sauce on the rice along with sides)
The pork was cooked to perfection at the right temperature made sure that it doesn't turn try, complementing it were the flavourful sauces from Korea, the sticky rice and a zucchini pickle.
This was my first time eating with a chopstick. I struggled at first but in the end managed.
2. O-jing Oh Dup Bop( Roast Squid with Spicy Sauce on the rice along with sides)
The squid turned out to be a disappointment, it had turned tough and rubbery, overcooked and hard to eat.
How to Cook a Squid ?
1. Cook them minimally, so they do not begin to toughen. It is recommended to be cooked no more than one minute.
2. Cook them for a long time, slowly, as in a braise, so they move through the tough phase to tender again. The total squid cooking time is 20 to 25 minutes.
Before leaving the restaurant, I added a piece of me at a bulletin they had where a lot of travellers had added a photo of theirs.