Korean Cuisine vary based on each province but the main dishes consists of Rice, Vegetables and Meat. Their cuisine is also known for the large number of side dishes which I had the pleasure of tasting here at Thran.
I have been meaning to visit this restaurant for a long time based on the reviews and the interesting menu. This was my first Korean experience and I landed up with the entire family including kids.
The ambience is as expected – small, clean and simple. We were a group of 6 and got an inside room all to ourselves.
Bulgogi means “fire meat” and it did look quite fiery. This dish is marinated chicken grilled using griddles. It was very different in taste and was a good choice to start our meal.
Soup is a must for me and this was a very tasty soup filled with chunky pieces of beef, mushrooms and greens. It was served with steamed rice.
MOMO HOT POT
Momos are quite common but a Momo Pot soup sounded very interesting. The pot was filled with momos, mushrooms, vegetables all neatly placed. It was a bit too watery but nevertheless a good soup.
KOREAN FRIED CHICKEN
KFC is familiar to one and all but Korean Fried Chicken is a great fried appetizer too.
CHICKEN SAUSAGE KIMBAP
Kimbap which means seaweed rice is a very popular Korean dish made of rice,meat and vegetables rolled in dried sheets of seaweed and sliced in small slices. This seems to have some origin from Japanese Sushi but with meat. Once again an unique but wonderful flavoured dish.
Side dishes are a major part of Korean cuisine and the freshness of the vegetables is quite amazing.
Please note, each dish is for 2 people hence order accordingly.
One drawback on the day of my visit was that they did not have Ramen and my kids were disappointed.
I do intend to visit them again to continue my journey through the vast array of dishes their Cuisine has to offer.