* WHAT IS YAKINIKU ?
The Seoul House speciality.Unique in Wales, the latest technology for at table roasters. Many customers love this style as they prepare cuts of meat and vegetables for themselves to suit their tastes. Served with Seoul House special dipping sauce.
* SUGGESTION FOR EATING YAKINIKU AT TABLE
1. Place the Sangchoo lettuce on the palm
2. Settle the BBQ meat on the lettuce
3. Add a little rice to the meat
4. Season the meat with a pinch of Doenjang
5. Wrap carefully and eat in one bite
* Doenjang is a traditional strongly flavoured bean paste with pepper and salt
* WHAT IS ONIGIRI ?
A rice ball containing a small seasonal flavour on the inside and wrapped in seaweed paper
* WHAT IS KIMCHI ?
A lively approach to pickles.Nearly every household in Korea has emothersf own special recipe for Kimchi. Hot Pickles.
It began as a way of preserving vegetables to get one through very harsh Korean winters. Through lactic acid production and slow fermentation at low temperatures a proper ripening and preservation take place. Red pepper powder, garlic, ginger, green onion and radish are mixed together to add seasoning. Kimchifs origins are in the 7th Century. Its food value in vitamins and minerals were greatly appreciated. Today it is reported that Kimchi also possess good anti cancer qualities.
This fulfils the Korean philosophy on food. Not only does it taste good, it does you good.
* HOW & WHY WE USE CHOPSTICKS ?
It is said that the use of chopsticks stimulates eye, hand, brain connections. And as TV survival programmes show, a natural method for lifting hot food from hot embers. This method of eating bite size morsels also stimulates the taste buds. We trust you will find it so.