Our ongoing quest to fit into wedding attire is quite difficult when we don’t prepare our own meals. So when we’re looking for meat only, we think Korean food. We put a twist on things and went to Korean style shabu-shabu at Seoul Garden.
That’s a lot of vegetables there, much more than I’m used to in Japanese shabu-shabu.
Now THIS is what I am used to eating.
I’m not a big fan of vegetables, but this absolutely works for me.
Couple that with the familiar side dishes and you’ve got yourself a full meal.
Of course this dish really made our night. Some sushi and greens over buckwheat noodles. Buckwheat noodles aren’t as good as rice noodles, but they were a welcome taste.
Those Koreans turn leftovers into a second meal. Why did it have to be noodles?! We regretfully pass.
Why not a third meal? White rice?! Kill us now. Pass again. *SOB*
I’m just waiting for the point until my dreams turn to biscuits, pho, and fried rice.