It looks good and is easy to eat.
What do you often want in an izakaya
It would be this kind of minimalism.
An izakaya doesn't forget its duty and has a brilliant name
âThe Temptation of an Angel,â âOne Hundred Years of Solitude,â âGoku,â etc.
The types of sake are also authentic.
What is the mochiri-dofu that catches your eye on the menu
It looks and tastes that everyone wants to eat at least once.
Unlike her dainty appearance, the inside is cozy.
It's not a taste you can feel all at once
The clouds that pop up in my head
It's an edible taste.
I think I should eat it like a dessert, but
The density is so different that it's perfect as a snack.
The knife doesn't taste good
I ordered beef, but it wasn't grilled properly
Maybe it doesn't taste good.
It's not meat that has been properly aged
Even if it's undercooked, you can feel the chewy flavor
The rich flavor is poor.
Just like playing as a child in a small brazier
It's fun to lose weight and eat it upside down.
The skills of tempura and steaming are on the same level at izakayas
It's a higher level.
Fried chicken is not a minimalist fried chicken
âJustâ is well deep-fried to meet the needs of shochu and sake
An all-round player who will be satisfied at the same time.
I don't say anything if jajangmyeon doesn't like pickled radish, but
I'll go over the salad that comes with it
There is a need.
The sauce that was put on it was a âsesame dressingâ instead of seasoning
The presence makes me curious about the Yeon-yu that came out together.
As technical as tempura, omelet is
It's an omelette that is at the top of the list.
Even if it's not an omelette full of ketchup
It's full enough, even without sauce
It's not a pity.
The food and atmosphere as a whole
âOne drinkâ spreads into a âbottleâ
Restrained minimalism rather than addiction
The focus is on implementation.
Han Joo-pyeong: The embodiment of masterful minimalism
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