These days I have been very busy with various projects so I haven't been able to write as much but I want to share with you where I go and what I eat. Here is a live blog of my visit to Incheon's Chinatown.
Lamb skewer restaurant
Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea, 45 China town-ro
Here is some famous gonggalbang which means liar bread because it looks big but inside is just air. It's a bit sweet and very crispy.
After the lamb we has to get some noodles. We chose Sadong's oldest Chinese restaurant: Pue Mae. It has been here for 50 years. We were expecting the world's best jjajamyeon and Chinese food but what we got was very familiar to what we could have gotten in Seoul. The noodles weren't even handmade. The Mapo Dubu ish was very good but not the world shattering food we were expecting. I would have ordered the real authentic Chinese food but it didn't seem much different in Seoul. I guess if I want real Chinese food then I must go to china.
Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea, 30 Seollin-dong
For dessert I went to Fog City International Cafe for coffee and a brownie.
Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea, 8 Haeandong 1(il)-ga