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oktopus (Gast) #1
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Hey,
I'd like to propose a new topic - rather practical: does anyone know, how to find a GOOD korean restaurant in Berlin (not korea swiss or these things I found by now). Or in other places in germany?
Actually getting real korean food seems to be really difficult...

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Hi oktopus!

You are right, getting good Korean food in Germany isn't easy. We have one "Korean" restaurant in Kiel and it's more Chinese than Korean. Only one dish with Gimchi, no stew or soup, and no sidedishes. But at least it was hot. :D Heard, that in Hamburg is a good one. I've never been there, but if you are interested, I can ask a person who was. Sorry, don't know anything about Berlin.  :-/

Johannes
PS: When I go back to Korea next year, I have to go to a German restaurant there once. I'm really curious, how it will be. ;)
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I have got a new Question.

What is the food in Korea? Is it like Chinese one?

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Matthias
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Hi!

Of course there are some similarities like lots of rice, but generally I wouldn't say, that it's like Chinese. Korean food is usually hot (spicy), but healthy. A typical Korean meal has a main dish, many sidedishes like Gimchi, potatoes or some green stuff. Rice is served to almost every meal, usually you get also a soup. There are of course many different dishes. so you also find nonspicy food or even some oddities like dogmeat (but it's expensive, so you won't get it by accident) or (almost) living octopus.

Here some pictures:
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Cold noodles with ice in it! :)
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Samgyeopsal, a pork barbeque on your table!  :*)
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Korean breakfast (no real difference to other meals ;))
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Bibimbap (rice and vegetables, the bowl in the front) with sidedishes

Great. Now I'm hungry again! :( :D

Johannes
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Zitat von iGEL:
Great. Now I'm hungry again! :( :D

I am sorry for that!  ;-)

The Korean food looks very Interesting! What is your favorite one?
And what is Gimchi?

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Matthias
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Hi!

Gimchi (still often called Kimchi - the Korean goverment introduced a new transliteration in 2000) is a traditional dish of Korea. There are many forms of Gimchi, the most common is chinese cabbage (Chinakohl), which is fermented with chilly pouder. The kind of making is similar to Sauerkraut, but the taste is very different  -  For europeans, it usually just tastes hot. :D It is a sidedish to almost every Korean meal, sometimes you get two or three kinds (for example non-spicy water gimchi or gimchi made with radish instead of cabbage).

I liked most of the Korean meals I tried. Really great where Samgyeopsal, Galbi (similar to Samgyeopsal, but with beef instead of pork), and Samgyetang (A grinseng chicken seoup. You get a hole chicken filled with rice inside  of a pot with really hot soup, then you have to remove all the bones, salt it and by the time you finished that, it's the right temperature to eat it. :)

Also good where these cheap stews or soups, for example gimchi jiggae or galbi tang. You usually get them for just 4000 Won (3,19 €), but they are good and filling. :)

Things I didn't liked that much were the cold noddles or most kinds of seafood (don't like German seafood, too).

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Thanks!!! Did anyone knows a Korean Restaurant in the near of Hamm?

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Hi,

I thought I can now answer my own question.  ^_^

Actually there is a quite nice restaurant in Berlin, but difficult to find in fact. It is called Korea House and can be found near Westkreuz in the Joachim Friedrich Strasse 32. And the food is even not so much expensive. The food is a little germanized, but really korean and not chinese, so if anyone comes to Berlin, try it. ;-)

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 ;-)

Sauerkraut  and Wurst!!!!!!!!

in Itaewon !!!

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Bäh! Sauerkraut! :D ;)
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Did anyone knows a Korean Restaurant in the near of Hamm?

well, it's not quite in the near of hamm, but i know a good one in düsseldorf. there a actually some, but we sometimes go to "arirang" stresemannstraße 46, düsseldorf, when i don't like cooking my own stuff..   :-p

there was also a good restaurant called "seoul" in dortmund, but the owner mrs. on opened a japanese restaurant, so i don't really know, if she still has the korean one.

..hope i could help a little bit.    :-D
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Zitat von Korean_Fan am 13.10.2005, 13:07:
Thanks!!! Does anyone know a Korean Restaurant near Hamm?

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Thx! my English is quite not very good.

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Hi there!
@Korean_Fan: try yellow pages with search for "restaurant" and "koreanisch".

Btw: one is in Warendorf (Grill) and another one near you in Ahlen (Mokis Restaurant). I didn't had the chance to visit them, better you phone first.

Bye from Münster

Ewald
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Thank you very much! i will phone them soon!

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