- Joy of Living Dinner at Seoul BBQ
- 04.02.2010 - 04.02.2010
- Seoul Korean BBQ - Aurora
When: Friday, April 2nd, 2010, Begins at 6:30pm
where: Seoul Korean B.B.Q. Restaurant
2080 S. Havana St. Aurora, CO 80014, Tel: 303.632.7576
cost: $20 for JOL Club members; $25 for non-members
Appetizer: More than 10 Korean traditional banchans (side dishes)
Soup: Soft Tofu Soup
Salad: Green Onion
Side: Steamed Egg
BBQ: Beef Short Rib, Beef Brisket, and Pork Loin
Korean-style barbecue dining typically involves a cooking area built into table. Grill types are usually either gas or charcoal.
After being seated, you will often be served banchan which is a collection of small side dishes that are to be shared by the entire table. The stand out of the banchan, the one dish that can determine the authenticity of the restaurant is the kimchi, which is essentially pickled vegetables, most often cabbage.
The meats offered are typically marinated or non-marinated beef, pork and chicken. For beginners, try beef sirloin or brisket. The brisket cooks quickly compared to others so many Korean barbecue fans develop their own methods to balance cooking time vs. eating time. Often, the meats are served with onion, garlic or jalapeño. Don’t be afraid to try these grilled, too.
Once the meat has cooked to your preferred style, how you consume it opens even more choices. Try mixing the meat with any of the banchan to create unique flavor mixtures. Many restaurants provide sauces and dips such as sesame seed oil with salt or soy sauce with jalapeños or even fire-red chili paste to mix and match your way into Korean barbecue bliss.
Try wrapping your meat in lettuce, rice paper or thinly cut radishes making bite-sized complexities where each piece can be different from the next.
Wash down the meal with soju or soda and be prepared to leave full and satisfied.
- Seoul Korean BBQ
- 2080 S. Havana St.
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