If you consider the impact of color in cooking, black definitely ranks first. When I make fun of the fork because I doubt it was overcooked, I was surprised once by its black appearance, and I was surprised twice by its flavor. Let's go find attractive black dishes that are memorable just by looking at them. On the occasion of the Black Tiger Festival this week, we will introduce a variety of black colored dishes in Seoul.
1. Spanish passion that awakens the senses of taste, 'Reestiu' in Hannam-dong
Reestiu, a quiet mansion in Hannam-dong. This is a Spanish cuisine specialty restaurant run by Chef Lee Sae Bom. An ink paella containing short noodles called fideola, monkfish, carabinero, ink, and herbs is as impressive as the color. It's a red carabiner similar to Spain, and the flavor of the shrimp's head is very savory and green like butter, and when you rub this entrails into paella, the umami of the sea fills your mouth.
â²Location: 5, Daesagwan-ro 20-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 12:00 to 22:00 (B/T 15:00 to 18:00) Closed every Monday
â²Price: Ink paella with monkfish and carabinero 60,000 won, tiger ceviche 25,000 won, octopus dish 48,000 won
â²Testimonial (Let's play with me): I think Chef Lee Sae Bom is a real genius. If you're curious about what I mean, pay a visit and you'll find out. Spanish cuisine was a bit strange, but it was very memorable. The octopus dish was excellent, and the wine pairing was great.
2. Hapjeong's âRamura,â a rich ramen made with the heart of chicken
I moved to Hapjeong after becoming popular in Euljiro as a hip ramen shop. You can choose your own toppings and broth, but the largest âchickenâ fills the bowl with a large square, chicken thigh, and breast garnish. In the middle of the ramen, the sweet potato shoots are wrapped around the shape of a nest, and the quail eggs are placed on top of it, which is very cute. The dark black ramen, which combines chicken bones, various vegetables, and clear broth and then adds a special soy sauce to give it a flavor and lightness, is popular.
â²Location: 21, Poeun-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 11:30 ~ 20:30 every day (B/T 14:30 ~ 17:30)
â²Price: Large chicken (large) 14,000 won, chick (medium) 9,500 won, eggs (small) 7,000 won
â²Testimonial (Shikigami Ratatouille): Originally, there were a lot of people, but I think the wait exploded when YouTube came up. I really missed the toppings, so I was full even if I just ate the toppings!
3. 'Salon de Hou Island' in Mokdong, the elegant and glamorous romance of Hong Kong
Salon de Howe Island, with its exotic yet retro interior, is a place that showcases Hong Kong-style cuisine. You can enjoy a variety of Hong Kong-style dim sum, noodles, kamameshi, and dishes. This place's signature dish, âBlack Hagau,â has an excellent texture with shrimp meat added to the black skin made from squid ink. If you add a little bit of lajojang or soy sauce to eat it, the flavor will increase.
â²Location: 6th floor of Hyundai Department Store, 257, Mokdong-dong-ro, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 11:00-22:00
â²Price: Black hagau (3 pcs) 8,800 won, garlic chip pork steak 23,000 won, sorongpo (3 pcs) 7,000 won
â²Testimonial (Where to eat the meal): Dim sum was good. I also liked Ragu's sword. Since it's a department store, I think the flavors aren't too spicy and have a clean feel. It's a popular flavor that anyone can enjoy, regardless of whether they like it or not.
4. Don't be surprised at the outside, COEX âBanseok Chickenâ
The visual appearance of Saekaman makes you wonder if it was burnt in an oven. Chicken is deep-fried with squid ink and deep-fried, and the chicken has a unique savory flavor. If you order it, they fry it one more time and wrap it; the skin is crispy and the inside is light and moist. We recommend buying the savory butter garlic sauce separately and enjoying it together.
â²Location: B1F, Hyundai Department Store Trade Center, 517 Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 10:30 ~ 20:00
â²Price: Banseok Chicken Black 11,900 won, Banseok Chicken Original 10,900 won
â²Testimonial (The Ant Who Loves the Shikigin Movie): I pack it every time I go. The color of the black chicken is more intense, so I think the flavor will be the same, but it's lighter. The original is a bit spicy, so it's a bit difficult for kids to eat. Please note
5. A pork cutlet that you grab and eat in your hand, the shrine âtamtsuâ
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Tamtz, a compound word of tamla and katsu, which means Jeju, presents pork cutlets made only from black pork brought from Jeju Island. The signature black tamtz is deep-fried with ink batter applied to the soft part of a tomahawk that has been aged for 24 hours. When I eat meat on the bone, I think of a âpork bar.â It's even better to serve wasabi and whole-grain mustard with a neat side dish.
â²Location: 21, Gangnam-daero 154-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 11:00-21:00
â²Price: Black tamatsu 16,000 won, tenderloin cutlet 11,000 won, sirloin cutlet 9,000 won
â²Testimonial (Looking for a restaurant for food): I really liked Tomahawk black pork. The one that was very juicy was the best on the outside~
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