Another adventure in the city with an old childhood friend
and it was “fantastic baby"…Big Bang song reference…(Highly doubt anybody would’ve got
that, unless you are a Kpop fan :P LOL).
Our little day adventure took us to San
Square and JapanTown.
Of course we had good eats in between window shopping and shopping at DaiSo, a
Japanese dollar store!
After walking about 2 miles from the Bart to JapanTown
my friend and I were pretty famished so I was SO HAPPY to stumble upon Korean
House Restaurant right across the street from J Town. I was a happy girl for sureJ.
Korean House Restaurant is such a homey place, great for an authentic
Korean meal. We were welcomed in Korean and I just wished I knew a bit more
Korean to correspond back. The ban chan that they served was delicious!I had a few bites, but Celiacs should be
aware that most Korean food contains wheat, at least what they serve in
restaurants. The hot pepper paste (Gochujang) does contain wheat from the soy sauce and the
malt or barley powder that they use.
I ordered the Dolsot Bibimbap which comes served in a stone clay pot and it was piping hot! As long as you don’t add the Gochujang sauce the dish is naturally gluten free.
What Classic Dolsot Bibimbap is suppose to look like.
The Bibimbap was so delicious the crusty rice that forms at
the bottom of the clay pot gets super crispy and flavorful as you mix all the
meats and veggies together with the raw egg! I was so excited to dig in that I
forgot to take a picture when it was first brought to the table, hence the
My messed up Bibimbap... to eager to dig in
My friend ordered the Japchae which is traditionally made
with lots of soy sauce so I just took some pictures of the deliciousness J
Ban Chan. YUM!
Hope you enjoyed the food pics!
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Kris and T are two college students that are both diagnosed with Celiac Disease. The goal of our blog is to provide tips, advice, and information on gluten free dining while on a budget. We will provide resturant reviews, recipes, product reviews, and tips on gluten free eats!
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