|An assortment of complimentary side dishes called banchan. |
Back clockwise: kimchi, nokdumuk, japchae and danmuji
I did a baby photo shoot at the beginning of the month of my cousin Katie. I haven't shared those photos with you yet, but let me just tell you, photographing a baby is super fun! Especially when she's out of the world adorable and happy. I'll give you a sneak peak soon. :)
|My Aunt T's kamjatang, pork bone soup. It came with a generous portion of pork and potatoes and was accompanied by a bowl of rice.|
Fast forward a week or so later, my Uncle T (Katie's papa) needed a last minute head shot so he and his family stopped by. It took less than 5 minutes to get the photo we needed, so what next? LUNCH!
|Uncle T's champong. It's seafood, vegetables and noodles in a spicy broth.|
Everyone was quite ravenous and there's a pretty darn awesome Korean restaurant just up the street (and by pretty, I mean totally authentic and delicious). Off to Song Cooks we all went. We were quickly seated and ordered shortly afterwards. I think it's safe to say we all knew what we wanted before we even got there. Take a look at the photos!
|I shared the jeyuk bokkeum, which is spicy stir fried pork. It came on a sizzling platter and I had it with rice. Fav!|
The restaurant is clean and the staff are good at what they do. Food arrived quickly, was super fresh and tasted as expected; delicious. We're repeat customers, so we'll definitely be back! Did it mention that the prices are totally reasonable!? I can't wait to go back.