Friday, October 31, 2014

We were looking forward to seeing Lucy, so Ralph and I had a simple dinner and movie date night to go see it some time last month. Going to the movies is actually one of the things we both love to do, especially during weekends and the last movie we saw was Annabelle.

Since we had an hour to kill before the movie started, I decided to take my bracelet to the Pandora store for cleaning.

"But wait, what's that growling sound?"

Of course, I do like a snack at the movies, but I'm afraid that I'll turn into the Hulk (minus the clothes ripping and turning green) when I'm really hungry!

So after a satisfying meal a couple of weeks ago at Oiso, here we were again for the second time.

Japchae Set (RM13.90)

In Korea, Japchae (Korean glass noodles) is traditionally served as a side dish, but restaurants typically make a main course out of it and it's one of my favorites! It was so simple, yet so delicious that I couldn't put my metal chopsticks down even though I was struggling to get that stubborn strips of egg from the plate to my mouth.

Ralph had the Godeungeo kimchi Jorim Set (RM18.90), which was also served with soup and three banchan - kimchi, anchovies and mayo-glazed apple. The mackerel was tasty, but he had to master the art of eating it without swallowing (TOO MANY) bones! I think he kind of regretted ordering this dish hahaha.

Everyone I know, knows "Annyeonghaseyo" and that's it. Trust me, they'll be very happy to hear you speak their language, even if only a few words.

Also, you do know Korean food isn't only about barbecue, kimchi, and bibimbap, right? Right?

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