Tuesday, April 03, 2012

Banchan at B/a/n/n/c/h/an in Taipei's ATT4Fun

Sometimes I crave for a specific dish - a burger, a bowl of ramen, a solid burrito, etc. And sometimes I crave for a specific cuisine - Vietnamese, Mexican, Spanish, and lately, for Korean.

Korean cuisine is flavorfully and visually vibrant. Plus, all the banchan (small plates of kimchis and more) is a great source of free-flowing vegetables.

B/a/n/n/c/h/a/n in ATT4Fun in Taipei serves up fun Korean classics with the usual banchan of kimchi variations, seaweed, and even a whole fried sardine. Our orders included cold Korean chili noodles, fried chicken (one of my Korean favorites), bibimbap, and seafood tofu stew.

All this for 3 hungry Korean-food cravers. Our stomachs were stuffed and happy.

Place your cursor above "Notes" below to read the captions for each photo.
If you can't see the slide show here, check out my Flickr album: Banchan ATT4fun

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