Bring your appetite and a group of friends to Hansang, a traditional Korean restaurant where the serving sizes are as generous as they are delicious. Every meal begins with a table full of banchan –…
Bring your appetite and a group of friends to Hansang, a traditional Korean restaurant where the serving sizes are as generous as they are delicious. Every meal begins with a table full of banchan – complimentary side dishes that include pickled vegetables, kimchi and fish cakes, among other appetite starters. Then move on to Korean-style pancakes and dumplings, before the real star of the show.
Hansang specialises in soups, as you’ll notice when you enter the restaurant and see enormous vats of broth bubbling away. You can order it with all manner of toppings and flavours, from beef rib and Korean sausage to ginseng chicken, handmade noodles, tofu and vegetables. The hotpots are enormous and designed to be shared, as are the other meal highlights including KFC (Korean fried chicken) and bibimbap (bowls of rice topped with vegetables, meat and egg).
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