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362. Japanese Homemade Food Restaurants

Jang, Su-jeong, So, Yi-hyeon 기자2016.06.18 17:01:09

It has been a long time since Japanese food has became cosmopolitan. If you are especially active in Social Network Services (SNS) such as Facebook and Instagram, you might see the pictures of Japanese homemade meals. The visual and cost effectiveness are the reason why people seek Japanese homemade food restaurants. They offer full dishes in one tray to each person. The meal is simple and easy to enjoy, but you will not feel any deficiency. You will receive properly cooked rice, a main dish of your choice, a small amount of side dishes in small dishes, and even a soup or a dessert. Moreover, the eye appealing presentation is one of the attractive points. People can enjoy the display not only on the plates but also in the tableware with a variety shapes and delicate details. However, you do not need to go far to enjoy these dishes. If you want to eat Japanese homemade food and feel its unique mood, these two restaurant will satisfy you.

 

Palpal Sikdang

Address: 1314-4, Sangyeok-dong, Buk-gu, Daegu

Open12:00PM-8:30PM

Price of the all meals is the same; 7,000 won


[Snow Flower Cheese Pork Cutlet]

The design of Palpal Sikdang shows how this restaurant got its name. Palpal means 88, and you can see the 88 Seoul Olympic logos throughout the restaurant. There are also unique props such as lamps, beverage bottles and tableware. Extra rice is provided for free after you have eaten your first bowl.

 

The pork cutlet is crunchy on the outside and the smell of cheese topping makes your mouth water. However, it can be too rich. Thus, if you do not like cheese or oily food, I would recommend Sukiyaki as an alternative. The Sukiyaki in this restaurant is similar to udon with fried tofu, vegetables and beef. Every meal is served with rice and seven small dishes, just like a typical Japanese home cooked meal. The toasted sesame seeds are called Furikake, which is for rice seasoning. The small dishes are light to eat because they are not salty or oily.


 

1. The theme of the interior of this restaurant is from the 1988 Seoul Olympics as shown in the name. 

2. This restaurant provides only chopsticks and spoons, no forks and knives. 

 

Don Don

Address: 20, Dongseong-ro 3-gil, Jung-gu, Daegu

Open 11:30 AM, Last order 9:00 PM

Price: 7,000 to 14,000 won


[Tonteki Steak Meal]

When you enter this restaurant, all the staff members call out "Irasshaimase (Welcome)!" as a greeting. There's a lot on the menu; 20 meals, 5 Donburi, and 3 Ramen. However, it is not difficult to choose one because there are replica foods displayed outside the restaurant, and the menu has pictures of the dishes.

 

It is curious that water is served in a pump bottle. Every meal includes a miso soup, a sweet egg roll and pickled radishes. Some small dishes depend on the day. Tonteki means pork steak; ton for pork, and teki for steak. The chopped steak is well done. When it is served, it is not too hot, so it is easy to eat. It is served with cooked green peas and chopped vegetables such as green peas, onions, and paprika.


 

1. There are various sauces on each table; Tonkatsu sauce, Furikake, soy sauce, chili oil, Sichuan peppercorn powder, and seven-flavor chili pepper. They are free for use.

2. This restaurant provides only chopsticks and spoons, no forks and knives. 

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