This is a photo of a dish I enjoyed at a Korean restaurant in our city. I have to confess I was skeptic about Korean food at first. I love Thai, it's my first love in other Asian food, the second one is Japanese, my roommate was the one who got me hooked on them. Finally, I got to taste Korean food and surprisingly I also liked it!
I've said it before and I'll say it again, the quality of fine dining or restaurants where you can eat is what makes a city, a city or a place worth visiting. My non-biological twin before coming back home here in our city taught Koreans ESL (English as a Second Language). She worked in Baguio and at different academies. When she came here, one thing she said she really missed are Koreans and their food! She developed the taste when she got to know her students.
Luckily, last year, a Korean restaurant was opened in our little city. We finally got to get together to eat in the restaurant. I always let hubby get take out since the restaurant is near the school where he works.
Photographed above, is a Dolsot Bibimbap. Sizzling Bibimbap or Bibimbap served on a hot plate. Yum. Mixed toppings of veggies and some spice to add in it. Yummy. Eating dine in has its perks too. You get served with hot tea, a sampler size of kimchi and marbled potatoes. I like the marbled potatoes even it was sweet and I'm a diabetic.
For more info and details, check out Brianne's Place's Facebook page. Their menu and more photos of their food are there.