A very tiring day, the so-called âmerry dayâ. We'll send you a message when it's close to lunchtime.
âShall we eat meat for lunch today?â About half the chance âhahahahahahahahahahaâ, or âseriously?â That's the answer.
Yes, I'm serious! Are there any meat-only foods when you're tired? If you have it, please come out!!!
(If I don't usually eat anything because I can't eat anything, it's proof that my stamina dropped that day when I praised meat. I need protein ah ah..)
In fact, âmeatâ was a food that the great leader of our history, King Sejong the Great loved very much. There is a story that they wouldn't eat a meal without meat at all. If you think about your health, even if you don't eat every meal like Daewang, your stomach will feel full and not only will you improve your physical strength, but you will also feel better. In fact, meat is rich in vitamin B12, which enhances immune function, stabilizes the nervous system, and helps cell regeneration. But when I regained my sense of reason, I was overwhelmed… I'm worried about the credit card price because I should have a quick meal this evening. Grilled yakiniku restaurants as well as homemade pork cutlets are easily over 10,000 won per serving. Meat, your food… (torr)
It was a tough and difficult way to greet Mr. Meat… though! Who are we? Isn't it Hyeja Gourmet Road? Here is a high-quality Hyeja restaurant that will bring joy to meat lovers with a round of joy. Chicken, pork, and beef that you can enjoy for only 7,000 won – a set of 3 homemade pork cutlets! Is it 7,000 won for one set? A, can you handle the Hyeja Gourmet title like that?
Here, you can enjoy all-you-can-eat homemade pork cutlets for 7,000 won per person!
Be sure to find the pearl or meat hidden in Heukseok-dong Market and set out to âHeukseok-dong handmade pork cutletâ!
If you walk through the alley next to E-Mart in Heukseok-dong, you can clearly see the entrance to the alley market.
If you go inside, there is a black sudon butcher shop at the intersection (?) is coming out.
If you turn left from here, there is a handmade pork cutlet shop in Heukseok-dong right in front of you.
I finally found it! âAll-you-can-eat refill 7,000 wonâ!
Pork waits after getting ready to decorate the tempura cloth~
Tteokgalbi, which has been aged for two days, is also preparing for the competition with expert hands!
Tteokgalbi is turning into a whole, golden brown and tasty piece.
As the trade name âhomemade pork cutletâ suggests, all of the pork cutlets and hamburger steaks here were handmade and made in front of the store for customers to see. In particular, hambak steak has a separate cellar, so it is said that after two days of aging, it is cooked and served when it is most delicious~ â~â just the sound of the aged tteokgalbi clinging to the hands…!! Ah, salivary gland sniper! I don't think I can do it~ I'll go in! Note that food prices are prepaid. The hawk-eyed aunt at the entrance of the store only lets customers who have paid enter. Credit cards and cash are all OK~
A compact interior that can seat 32 people
Wow, a famous restaurant certification that has already been introduced a lot on the broadcast~!
Buffet-style self bar. All food and tools are self-service.
Clean chicken cutlet (back), pork cutlet (left front), teokgalbi (right front)
If there's a clean seat, it's so busy that there's no separate guide. Sit back, unpack your luggage, go straight to the vending machine inside the store, and you're ready to eat! Just like the phrase âbuffet-style self,â the plates, bowls, spoons, forks, and knives all come with the food, so be sure to bring your own. Ah, of course, water and drinks are also on your own. The menu is very simple: 3 types of pork cutlets, soup, salad, dumplings, and rice. And kakuteki, pickled daikon, and pickles are all. (The store explains how to make and eat a tteokgalbi burger with these ingredients… not having bread is a trap lol) First, let's put each type on a plate one by one. My stomach was empty~ Well, as someone who has eaten it, I'd like to explain how to enjoy pork cutlets here a hundred times, first cut them into small pieces and then taste them first. Also, focus on pork cutlet that suits your taste~!!! I recommend it. (I only picked up the big ones… I wanted to eat more, but I could eat more… My stomach, more… haha)
There are two types of sauces: regular sauce and spicy sauce
Glazed Tteokgalbi and crispy pork cutlet
Externally indistinguishable pork cutlet (front) and chicken cutlet (middle)
Pork cutlet with salad sauce. I was surprised that it was so delicious~
There are two types of sauces: regular sauce and spicy sauce, so if you like spiciness, you may be a little disappointed. It wasn't very spicy~ Just slightly spicy? Even those who don't like spicy food can feel free to try it out. I mixed the two sauces. It was sweet and spicy, so it was delicious~ The other one was regular, one was spicy sauce, and the other was sprinkled with salad sauce, but oh! The freshness of the salad sauce went surprisingly well with the pork cutlet. (In fact, they mistook it for cream sauce and sprayed it)
Shall we try it now? Gently sliced pork cutlet!
Regular pork cutlet. The batter is thinner than I thought! Crispy & moist
Soft chicken gas.
Juicy paulowtail tteokgalbi
The home of pork cutlets and teokgalbi, a butcher shop of black pork cutlets.
Oh, by the way, if you leave anything here, you'll be fined 2,000 won (environmental deductible). âIf you leave food behind, everything becomes garbage, and Junjang is extremely damaging. The phrase âPlease cooperate so that we can get to 7,000 won like thisâ is also written, but it's an affectionate sentence, but I'm afraid that the price will rise because there are a lot of customers left behind… am I the only one?
There are a lot of customers, but the turnover rate is fast, so even if you go at mealtime, you won't have to wait long. If you're still worried, nearby office workers visit between 12:00 and 1:00, so if you go at other times, you can enjoy a more relaxed meal. If you miss meat on a day without energy, I highly recommend the homemade pork cutlet in Heukseok-dong (I think you should stop by and buy some teokgalbi that you fell in love with the juicy~)
â Address: 13, Seodal-ro 12-gil, Dongjak-gu, Seoul (97-40 Heukseok-dong)
â¡ Menu: Adults 7,000 won, children 3,000 won to 5,000 won
â¢ Business hours: 10:30 ~ 20:30
â£ Shikigami's one-line review: The side menu is fine… but the 3 types of pork cutlets, especially the Tteokgalbi, are the best value for money! I highly recommend it~ â¡
â¤ Hyeja Index: 9 points!