Time for another round of Foodography! Enjoy my food photos with their brief descriptions :)
I had to spend a whole day at Yonsei Severance Hospital a few weeks ago, and I decided to have lunch at the Saboten inside the hospital. Saboten is one of the few chain restaurants I like. I love their tonkatsu. Normally, I get their hirekatsu, but this time I decided to try their curry tonkatsu set. I wasn’t too impressed by their set, but it did fill me up!
A few weeks back, I decided to go to Oasis in Dragon Hill Lodge. I wanted to try their tofu taco salad, but they no longer sold it. So I just went for their ensalada Caesar that comes on a taco shell. I’ve always liked their Caesar salad, so I enjoyed having this again!
Korea Palace at the US Embassy Club is normally known for their lunch buffet, but I opted to get their bibimbap set. I was a bit disappointed that they no longer served the mixed rice, the one with the beans and black rice. I much prefer that over the white rice.
This is the linguini alla Siciliana at Greenstreet in Dragon Hill Lodge. Greenstreet’s pastas had never quite impressed me, but I decided to try this one. This is a spicy pasta with roasted garlic, broccoli, spinach, olives, and optional anchovies. Much to my surprise, I really enjoyed this dish! Even better that they don’t use any dairy products for this pasta, which thus didn’t upset my lactose-intolerant stomach.
Lastly, here’s the dessert I tried at Greenstreet — the salted caramel chocolate tart and toasted walnuts. The name’s a mouthful, but the dessert blew my socks away. I normally don’t care for chocolate “mousse-like” desserts, but I absolutely adored this one. The salted caramel with the chocolate was just superb. It was creamy and rich, but not too rich to the point of it being too much. And the accompanying toasted walnut (with more chocolate) also tasted delicious!