|Korean steamboat lunch|
This restaurant have a setting of a steamboat pot for 4 persons sharing us. Since there was 5 of us in my family, I was assigned to share another pot with another family. No issue as very soon we are good friends with Kit, Sheryl and their mother, Madam Chian. The 8 of us occupied 2 pots for 8 seats, and soon we ate like a big family. This seating arrangement remained unchanged for the remaining days of our tour in Korea. We had our fill of seafood here, ravishing on clam, crab, snail, squid, fish, octopus and on meat dishes like pork and chicken meat, pork intestine, and vegetable like seaweed, mushroom, turnip, cabbage and tofu. We let them simmered in the steamboat pot filled with chicken stock and ate them earnestly. On cold dish I particularly liked a dish called "konjac", made from Konyaku potato, mostly eaten in Japan, Korea and China. It had a elastic Q Q texture and go very well with sauces. There were also condiment of the ever ready many types of Kim-chi. Beside steamboat dishes, there were also cooked dishes like sushi, pasta, spaghetti and buns, and desserts of cakes, fruits and ice cream and finished off with coffee or tea or juices. We did a couple of runs until our stomach ran out of space. As with all eateries and attraction places we went, they always had a souvenir shop nearby. They sell the usual tourist stuffs but this time we came out empty handed.
I managed to snap a couple of pictures while having lunch in Dolphin Seafood Buffet restaurant:
Location: 55-16 Mullae dong 3-ga, Yeondeungpo-gu, Seoul, South Korea.
A bowl of seaweed in the steamboat soup. Yummy.