Wednesday, 28 March 2018

꽁시면관 Korean Chinese Restaurant

Although we'd some Haemulpajeon before leaving Children's Grand Park, and it's time to treat ourselves something delicious.

Blamed my poor sense of direction, I couldn't find the buffet
 restaurant at Dongdaemun Design Plaza, so we went to
Lotte Fittin to look for other available option.

 It looks like Chinese tea house pavilion.

 I looked at the menu outside the restaurant.
Somehow this big picture of Jjamppong caught my eye
among others famous Korean Chinese cuisines.

꽁시면관 is a Korean Chinese Restaurant located at
21-31 Euljiro 6(yuk)-ga, Jung-gu, Lotte Fittin 8th Floor.

There's no communication problem because the
waitress was a friendly Chinese lady.

According to her, the boss of this restaurant is a Korean. There are total 15 branches in Seoul and others regions such as in Busan,  Gyeonggi, Incheon and Daejon. The main restaurant is near Chinese Embassy at Myeongdong. For the taste wise, she told us that this branch is the best.

JJamppong (짬뽕) - KRW 8,000

See the giant bowl which was bigger than my hubby's big palm!!!  We're quite surprised to see the big bowl overloaded with generous portion of mussels. It's like a feast to our eyes before our tummies.

Sweet, sour, and crispy pork (탕수육 = Tangsuyuk) - KRW 16,000.

We usually order 4 or more individual food because these 2 kiddos are no longer babies. They're teenagers and really eat a lot. But luckily the waitress suggested us to order 3 dishes only and it's a bit too much for us to finish them.

Noddle soup with jumbo shrimp - KRW 9,000

It's recommended by the waitress when I asked for non-spicy food. So, I'm not sure whether the original is non-spicy or they specially prepared it for us.

Kiddos also tried tangsuyuk though it's spicy. They quickly stuffed
their mouth with Danmuji (Korean Pickled Radish) to neutralise
the spiciness before munching yummy cube of tangsuyuk again.

The pricing is quite decent if judging by the portion and taste,
and a bonus point is you can have a great view of DDP.
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