One of my favorite things to do is trying new restaurants when I am out of town. Recently, on my trip to to Atlanta, my friend and daughter and I went to a Korean restaurant in Korea town. I totally forgot the name of the restaurant but for roughly $15 you can get a variety of veggies, the main dish and tea. The ambiance of the place was pretty cool and relaxing. The inside of the restaurant was surprising rustic but you couldn’t tell from looking at the outside of it.
By the time my main dish came I was already stuffed. I ordered the BulGoGi as my main dish but I also decided to try cold soybean soup. I have to say, I don’t know how to feel about it. I didn’t love it or hate it. It was just weird because it took me at least 15 minutes trying to figure out what it tasted like or what food it was comparable to. This soup really stomped me because it was unlike anything I had ever tasted.
Overall, it was a very good experience. I like the fried fish we had as part of the appetizer. I tasted my daughter’s bowl and my friend’s hot soup too and they were delicious. It was a lot of food for the price. I like how the food was brought in carts like a dim sum place. My daughter who likes Americanized food actually enjoyed it as well which is surprising since she is a picky eater.
The little crispy fish we ate with rice as an appetizer.
The hot soup my friend had instead of the cold soybean soup I had.
My daughter’s veggie bowl. She actually liked the veggies and noodles.
This restaurant really reminded me of my childhood and teenage years living at home where my mom would make a variety of dishes for every dinner. It was a nostalgic experience. I think every meal that is spent with our friends and family are the best because everything just taste better with good company. Sometimes it’s our friends and family who enhances the experience. A shared meal with loved ones is priceless.