Last Friday, Selma and I had dinner with some friends at a place called Seoul Soulongtang in Allston. This is probably going to be my quickest blog post because I have no idea what any of this is. I can only speculate what these dishes are because I didn’t order any of them. The food was delicious but if I went back I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t know how to order any of the things you see below. My suggestion would be to print out the pictures of the dishes that look appealing to you and bring them with you when you go.
I believe this was their soulontang – white ox bone broth with brisket, marrow and thin flour noodles. I didn’t get to try this but it looked intriguing. Note: don’t dump all of your rice into the soup (you know who you are).
This is the soup Selma and I shared. Again, I have no clue what this is. I can only speculate that this was the Kalbi Tang – beef broth with premium short ribs.
Pork. Apparently it was supposed to be eaten cold but i tossed them in my soup anyways.
Scallions. No clue why I took a picture of these.
This stuff. It was really good.
All in all, this was an interesting experience. The food was delicious and I’m glad we got a chance to try something new and different. I would certainly go back but only with my Korean friend or someone who knew what they were doing.
Thanks for reading and happy Friday the 13th!
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