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Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, here’s a post on Mr Dakgalbi.
It was very unfortunate that Pauline was not able to find the previous dakgalbi shop she ate. The building where the restaurant was located is now an empty shell of a building. Dejected, we went to Mr Dakgalbi instead. It was rather quiet, there were only 3 tables occupied at the time.
Little did we know, it was because the dakgalbi here isn’t that great. The chicken and tteokboki was well cooked but the gochujang mixture was not as flavorful as I expected. I felt that Uncle Jang‘s dakgalbi back in KL was better. Ironic, isn’t it?
The Chuncheon specialty, makguksu is a cold buckwheat noodle which had a nice earthy taste. The noodles were springy and chewy. If you like cold noodles, this is a must try.
We ordered a portion of fried rice when we were 90% done with the dakgalbi. Mr Dakgalbi’s version gives you rice with seaweed and bean sprouts as well as additional sauce.
It was a nice mixture, tastier than the dakgalbi itself.
Mr Dakgalbi probably isn’t the best dakgalbi place at the dock. This is probably the first time I’d say, follow herd instinct and look for a dakgalbi shop with the herd.
Please bear in mind that most of the time, we ordered 2 portions for 3 people and that some places have a minimum 2 portion policy for 2 pax or more.
Here’s a summary of what we ate during our trip, click the image below for a larger view.
Kindly compiled by my extremely efficient travel finance manager, the excel sheet for the above image is available here.