Guwol-dong Gourmet – Chuncheon Jungang-ro Charcoal-grilled Dak-galbi: Charcoal-grilled Dak-galbi
Are you starting a fun Monday? Another week has already begun.
There's also Christmas this week, so cheer up everyone!
Not long ago, I went on a weekend outing to Soraepogu with a monster, and I bought snow crab and blue crab and came home lululala,
Unmistakably, pregnant women feel hungry.
When I was walking home, the car got stuck, so I just went anywhere nearby to eat something, but I noticed a charcoal-grilled dak-galbi restaurant.
I really like charcoal-grilled dak-galbi over teppan dak-galbi, but there's no secret place that sells them.
So I went to Nalum to eat it, but for some reason, I liked it so much that I thought I'd go there often in the future!
This is a charcoal-grilled dak-galbi in Chuncheon Jungang-ro, Guwol-dong.
This is the exterior. I don't know the location of Dongne at all, so check the map below for the detailed location.
There was a parking lot next to the store, so I was looking for a restaurant where I could park my car.
I entered the parking lot as soon as I saw it.
But I'm sure they'll come out completely satisfied.
It's internal. It's a pretty large restaurant, and even though it's a charcoal-grilled meat restaurant overall, it was comfortable.
(It opens at 4 o'clock, but I arrived about 15 minutes early, so I was wondering if I should wait outside, so I went inside
(I'm completely moved that they even gave me warm water to wait)
They said they would pick up the order at 4 o'clock, so I wandered around the store alone.
There are 2 flavors of dak-galbi, and a brief description of each menu is provided.
This is a menu. As for the main menu, they only sell one type of dak-galbi. Ah, there are 2 flavors!
A meal menu is also available. Overall, the price range was reasonable.
Also, on the back of the menu, there are instructions on how to enjoy dak-galbi.
When it was 4 o'clock, the basic dishes were prepared right away.
It is set with wrapped vegetables, boiled plum eggs, chives, clear sundubu, radish wrap, and dak-galbi sauce.
The first dish is set up, but it is said that you can go and eat whatever you want at the self-service bar for additional refills.
Drinks (1,000 won)
As soon as it smelled of dak-galbi, I was really desperate for soju and beer, but I couldn't drink alcohol, and monsters had to drive, so I went for cider.
Charcoal is coming in.
True flavor and red pepper flavor each for 2 people in total (11,000 won x 2)
Since it's my first visit, I don't know what would suit my taste better, but first of all, they said that you can order one serving at a time
I ordered 1 serving of sesame flavor and 1 serving of red pepper flavor.
The true flavor is dak-galbi seasoned with garlic and fruit sauce,
As the name suggests, gochujang flavor is a dak-galbi seasoned with gochujang as a basic base.
There are 3 servings each, and the amount isn't bad either.
Personally, I'm really excited because I like this charcoal-grilled dak-galbi shape rather than teppan dak-galbi.
True flavor dak-galbi (3 pieces per serving, 340-400g)
Let's try the true flavor first. They recommended that you eat the true flavor before the strong seasoning of the gochujang.
I'm a good listener, so I'll put the delicious dak-galbi on the grill first.
As the oil runs out, it starts to smoke a lot
If you're careful for a while, you can ride, so please turn it over once every 10 to 20 seconds.
You can bake chunks, cut them into bite-size pieces, and focus on cutting them so they don't burn.
Once upon a time, when I ate charcoal-grilled dak-galbi in Chuncheon, the two of us watched the timer and turned it over once every 10 seconds.
It really reminded me of my memories and it was great.
Let's start with the delicious, well-grilled, char-flavored dak-galbi.
Even if I just eat it, I like the chicken, which has a very mild sweetness and is chewy.
It was also very good to eat it with spicy sauce and walnut mustard sauce. What's more, the scent of charcoal comes out faintly.
Ah, I thought that charcoal-grilled dak-galbi was the truth, and I really wanted to eat it, but that's when I began to inhale the storm.
If you eat it with moussam and chives, it has a refreshing taste and makes your mouth feel slightly refreshed.
Radish bibimsam-noodle soup (5,000 won)
I ordered the hot radish bibimsamsam noodles because I was disappointed to eat only dak-galbi. The bibimguksu with the radish cut into pieces is served.
The pressure on the bone is a bit severe, isn't it? When I rubbed the noodles, I saw the bibimguksu, which emphasized the sweet and sour flavor. It's a bit spicy to my taste, but Monster says it's delicious.
And I was wondering why this is a wrapped noodle
It was very honey-flavored when eaten with dak-galbi or wrapped in a wrap.
If you eat it with meat, the seasoning is perfect.
Surajanchi noodles (4,000 won)
I like the feast noodle style over bibimguksu, so I ordered the surajanchi noodle at the price of 4,000 won, isn't it really substantial?
I was completely surprised to see it come out at the beginning. A full bowl comes out. There are also plenty of garnishes.
Feast noodles with plenty of deep-fried tofu, cucumber, seaweed, eggs, and green onions are finished with red pepper powder and sauce on top.
The soup was also very cool, and the amount of noodles was really high. While eating with the monster, I thought it was a lot. And I said it.
If you eat dak-galbi and soju here to finish the feast noodles, it will be amazing.
Ah… drunken strikers are even saddened to know this emotional feeling.
Gochujang dak-galbi (3 pieces per serving, 340-400g)
After eating the true flavor, it's time to eat the gochujang flavor, right? I think the red visuals definitely stimulate the appetite.
Since it's a gochujang seasoning, I was wondering if it would burn better, so I baked it a little harder.
The point of charcoal-grilled dak-galbi is to cook it as hard as possible so that it doesn't burn.
I also took a bite of the well-grilled gochujang dak-galbi. The seasoning was delicious because it wasn't too spicy and had a very mild spiciness.
When I was a kid, when I went out to play with my mom and dad, my mom always made gochujang dak-galbi and grilled it over charcoal.
That memory came back to life again and again, and it was delicious.
Ah, charcoal-grilled dak-galbi seems to be loved no matter when you eat it.
The meat on the bone must be cooked slowly and eaten like a rib at the end to be delicious.
Miso soup (1,000 won)
Our great monster ordered miso stew because he said that rice should be the finishing touch.
The price is a whopping 1,000 won. In fact, I ordered the miso stew without much anticipation, but I was surprised that it came out so well.
It came out like this at a price of 1,000 won.
It also contains a large amount of tofu, and I thought the miso stew would smell delicious from the time it came out.
Again, it feels like home-cooked miso stew.
I was quite satisfied until the end, saying that the happiness of a thousand won was something like this.
A delicious charcoal-grilled dak-galbi restaurant located in Guwol-dong. Chuncheon Jungang-ro charcoal grilled dak-galbi.
I personally prefer the style of eating charcoal-grilled over teppan dak-galbi
It's a place I came out of after a very satisfying meal.
As dinner time approached, many local residents came, and since it was the end of the year, there were a lot of group gatherings.
The price range is reasonable and the food menu is plentiful, so it seems to be a very popular place.
Also, charcoal-grilled dak-galbi is a favorite no matter when you eat it.
The monster said that it only takes about 30 minutes to stay at home, and they say that when they come here often in the future.
It's a place I liked even more because I was satisfied with the house I visited by chance.
I wish there was a house like this in the neighborhood
Company name: Chuncheon Jungang-ro Charcoal-grilled Dak-galbi
Address: 1244-16 Guwol-dong, Namdong-gu, Incheon (237 Guwol-ro, Namdong-gu, Incheon Metropolitan City)
Business hours: 16:00 to 01:00 (last order 12:00)
Phone number: 032-465-9235
Price: Cum-flavored dak-galbi 11,000 won, gochujang-flavored dak-galbi 11,000 won, hot radish bibimbap noodles 5,000 won,
Surajanchi noodles 4,000 won, miso soup 1,000 won