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Arirang Korean Restaurant @ Macau

Cassie Thursday, February 24, 2011 , ,

Korean method of grilling beef, pork, chicken, or other types of meat is known as Korean barbecue, or gogi gui. Such dishes are often prepared at the diner's table on gas or charcoal grills that are built into the center of the table itself.


A Ri Rang Korean Restaurant
Address: (Tp) Mei Keng Gdn bl 3
Tel: 28835562 
During my stays in Macau, a week before Chinese New Year festival, my family and I visited Arirang Korean Restaurant for a sumptuous lunch.
Kimchi
Assorted Side Dishes
Fresh Lettuce
A popular way of eating Korean barbecue is to wrap the meat with lettuce and add condiments.
Beef and Beef Ribs
The most typical form of Korean barbecue is galbi made from marinated beef short ribs. Galbi is the most popular variety of Korean barbecue. It is marinated in a sauce that contained soy sauce, water, garlic, sugar, and sliced onions.
Grilled with Onion Slices and Mushroom
Condiments
Process of Grilling

Grilled Beef
Cooked Grilled Beef
Beef and added condiments wrapped with fresh lettuce
Bibimbap
Bibimbap is served in a hotpot, consists of warm rice topped with sauteed and seasoned vegetables, raw egg, beef and added with gojuchang (chili pepper paste). The ingredients are stirred together thoroughly just before eating.
Jab Chae
Korean glass noodle stir-fried with assorted vegetables and sprinkled with sesame. A healthy yet flavourful dish.

Sam Gye Tang
Sam Gye Tang is a variety of guk or Korean soup, which primarily consists of a whole young chicken and Korean ginseng. The dish's name literally translates as "'ginseng chicken soup" in English. Sam Gye Tang is traditionally served in the summer for its supposed nutrients, which replaces those lost through excessive sweating and physical exertion during the hot summers in Korea.
Haemul Pajeon (Seafood Pancake)
Pajeon is a variety of jeon with green onions as its prominent ingredient. Pa literally means green onion in Korean. It is a pancake-like Korean dish made from a batter of eggs, flour, rice flour, green onions and seafood. The Pajeon itself was lightly seasoned and tasted pretty bland on its own. Before consuming, some condiment should be added for extra flavour.
Condiment for the Pajeon
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