EMILIANO & JAEHEE
emiliano@lacasapark.com  917 406 2854
jaehee@lacasapark.com  917 373 1548
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IMG_5113Rich milky beef shank and bone broth, “Sulong Tang” with Mom and Dad. We come here at least once when I’m in Korea now. The broth is simmered and prepared in enormous iron pots for days and nights sitting on traditional wood burning fire pits. There are multiple pots simmering and brewing this rich broth separated by parts of the cow this restaurant uses.

IMG_5109Here we have a core table of Korean Sulong Tang! ¬†Kimch, young green peppers and rustic miso paste to be dipped, finely chopped fresh scallion. Check out the soup! How milky that is. ¬†Sulong Tang is never served already seasoned. The broth is just water and cow bones that are boiled forever. You will need to season by using good old simple rock salt. Here this restaurant uses Bamboo Baked Sea salt which comes in bit of grey shade. What’s in the soup? Bits and pieces of meat, slices of Ginseng, mushroom. Clean and rich flavor. Actually this soup is ideal for cold winter days, it will fill you up and heal your soul…!

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  1. jeeyeon on July 24, 2010 8:43 pm

    what’s the name of this place? it doesn’t look like in Seoul.

  2. emiliano on July 25, 2010 12:50 am

    I wish i was there sharing the fun, looks so yummy and strolling seoul so interesting, get more records in tokyo! ;-)

  3. jaehee on July 25, 2010 2:21 am

    ahhhh, Records in tokyo! didn’t think about it! tooo hot heer!