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One of these days I will learn when the Korean menu says spicy they don't lie. My dad on the other hand would have asked for extra pepper oh well.
Ask your deputies about the time last year that some of them decided to test their pepper spray on me and were surprised it had no effect on me, even when daubed on the edge of my eye. One of the deputies finally figured out why and told the rest ... "Hey, he's married to a Korean; he EATS that stuff!!!!"Hope to see you at Chuseok (Korean thanksgiving) this Saturday at the St. Robert Community Center. I'm sure they can make something **REALLY** spicy for you if you want it ... LOL ...Regards,DTM
Are you taser resistant too? lol
Seems like all the Japanese food places skipped town for the 4th of July holiday so when we were craving sushi we went to Seoul Garden for some take-out and were blown away. The guy at the counter seemed a little goofy but we walked away with slot of food for $40. They had to give us a box to carry it all. The sushi was great and the bi-bim-bop can't be beat. The bulgolgi was less salty than at other places. But the best part were the exotic and super-tasty side items that came with our order all in one container. I dumped it all in my bi-bim-bop and went hog wild! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Too bad for the other oriental restos, by closing their doors for the holidays they might have lost alot of customers to Seoul Garden (next to Alpine Haus & Dutchmans/across from the BP in St. Robert.)
Had a fabulous dinner there last night with the better half. While a little expensive for this neighborhood the quality and quantity far made up for it. The service was excellent. I even saw a local celebrity seated with a pretty lady having dinner.... 5 out of 5 stars for Seoul Gardens last night.
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