Knight Diner Road
Nanta is a performance where professional chefs use a knife to cut vegetables and musically express the sounds they make when frying food. The audience is thrilled with various performances, such as knocking on a cutting board with a knife like a percussion instrument, flying vegetables, and a fire show. I roll my eyes happily according to the exciting rhythm of the percussion instruments and the actors' gestures, and by the end of the performance, the stress that had been lingering for so long evaporates.
Tuck tak-tak! Sizzling!
When I visit the knight restaurant and hear the happy sound while waiting for a meal, I think of a scene from the Nanta performance I saw the other day. The epicenter of sound is the kitchen. Knock on the pork cutlets to be sold that day with a special hammer. The well-spread pork will soon reach my table after taking a shower in the oil cooker, wearing a batter. Imagination is added to the cheerful sound, and the waiting time is fun. A knight restaurant with cheerful sounds. Here's an introduction to the famous knight restaurant âJangjeong Anâ in Jangan-dong.
Jang Jung-an is a knight restaurant that sells hamburger steak, pork cutlet, and seolleungtang. A long-established store that has been in business for 36 years. When it opened, it started a little away from its current location, but it moved to its current location about 20 years ago to welcome customers.
Once you visit the store, you are amazed by the huge parking lot. There is enough parking for people in their 30s, so you don't have to worry about parking whenever you visit this place. If you just look at the exterior of the store, it's as serious as if you were selling marinated pork ribs (?) There are, but they have menus that are suitable for eating out with the family, even if they are not ribs. The large menus written in a serious font on the glass window make it possible to get a rough idea of this place's work.
50/Exterior of Jang An Jeong
4. Nostalgic interior. You can also see a briquette stove.
There is also a seat where you can sit in your room and have a meal.
Parking lot. I took only half of the picture, and it's about twice the size of this one.
| Set meal where you can eat pork cutlet, fish gas, and hamburger (10,000 won)
| Just like the Japanese style of putting sauce on the tempura
| One piece of pork cutlet
| Hambak is on the thick side
| Fish gas is also soft
Another dish on the menu here is Seolleungtang called âSeolnongtang.â
The kimchi and kakuteki that were served in round containers at every table were probably meant for this menu. (They say they soak
all kimchi themselves) Seolleungtang, which we put the broth in an earthenware pot for a long time, is boiled once before it
comes out. When I rummaged around, I saw plenty of meat ingredients and noodles.
Seolleungtang is a food that must be carefully cooked over a long period of time, so it takes
a lot of effort. Unlike gomguk soup, the point is that it is less greasy and makes the most of its light flavor. Some restaurants also add chemical additives for the white and rich soup of Seolleungtang, and when I take a bite of Seolleungtang here, I immediately think, âI
made the soup as it is.â
A companion who was with me also gave this seolleungtang a much higher score than hamburger steak or pork cutlet.
This restaurant's Seolleungtang has a refreshing first flavor and a unique sweetness
imbued with the soup. It's a natural flavor that's not artificial, and
makes you keep spooning. Roll the rice into the soup and eat the ripe kakuteki one by one with a spoon. You don't need chopsticks; you can have a satisfying meal with just one spoon.
Jangan-jeong Seolleungtang (7,000 won)
You can choose between Seolleungtang, which contains head meat, or something other than Seolleungtang.
| Plenty of meat
Somen should be eaten quickly before it blows.
Put it up to kakuteki, yum yum!