코레아노스키친 Coreanos Kitchen, 2014
Coreanos Kitchen food menu
Tortilla chips with red and green salsa
The sauces were DA BOMB. Damn addictive and spicy (esp the green one). We polished the chips off easily enough while waiting for our food to be served.
The drinks menu
How brilliant is that drink. A mini (squee so cute!) bottle of corona on top of a lime margarita. A perfect sharing drink for ladies. I thought it was darn creative...until a friend pointed out that it's actually available in Singapore too as he had tried the drink before at a bar. Bah. Oh well, it was my first time trying it and I really really liked it.
Pork kimchi nachos
Grilled Shrimp and Braised Pork Belly Tacos
We really enjoyed the food here as everything was just bursting with flavours. Two thumbs up. Oh yeah, and this was also the only dining place we went in Korea that the servers spoke fluent English. Like really good English. A rarity in Seoul man. So definitely a good thing for foreigners who can't speak Korean.
Since I walked to the restaurant from Sinsa-dong, I can't really give good walking directions but it seems like the nearest subway station is Apgujeong Rodeo Station. There's two branches, one in Apgujeong Rodeo, the other in Itaewon.
코레아노스키친 (Coreanos Kitchen)
Address: 서울 강남구 신사동 657-11 B1 (657-11 B1 Shinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul)
Get there: Apgujeong Rodeo Station, Exit 5.
Opening Hours: Tue - Thur 1130am - 3pm, 530pm - 10pm, Fri till 11pm; Sat 1230pm - 11pm; Sun 2pm to 10pm; Closed Mondays
To try: Three Wise Fries/Pork Kimchi Nachos, Tacos, Coronarita