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order at yechon for me

sbr929 Feb 8, 2007 01:16 PM

looking for suggestions.... many thanks

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    deangold Feb 17, 2007 05:54 AM

    Get 2 orders of BBQ, a couple of cooked dishes.

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      sbr929 Feb 17, 2007 05:52 AM

      so is the way to go bbq, casserole, or both? we will be 4 fairly inexperienced but adventurous people.

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        deangold Feb 11, 2007 08:25 AM

        Looked at their website and they now have (or I just noticed) a downloadable menu. Here are some favorites:

        Page 2: #10 Lunch noodle special ordered with the Haew Naeng Myun for an extra $2. $13 and you will need a tow truck to get up from the table and back to your car! Best food deal in the DC area if you ask me.

        Page 4 #3 Mung Bean Pancake- heavy but really good if a little greasy. Enough for 2-4 people.

        Page 7 # 11: Da Jie Bossam: Oyster and pork belly roll ups.
        #23 Oyster pancake. Really really good, order when you have 4 to 8 people so you can scarf it down while pipping hot and the oysters are still juicy.

        Page 8 Yuuk Gae Jang- spicy beef soup. Good for what ails you.

        I cannot find the BBQ dishes that I liked on this menu... it is shorter. They were listed as corned beef and as pork belly.


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          PollyG Feb 10, 2007 08:21 PM

          Their seafood pancake (possibly hae mul panjon) is also a pretty good rendition, and I recall a nicely balanced nakji bokum (octopus with vegetables).

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            deangold Feb 8, 2007 01:23 PM

            How many people? THe Bosum is pork belly, oyster, cabbage and other stuff. You make rolls with the cabbage and its incredible. The BBQ is incredible: #3, & 4 are great and ususual. THereis an oyster and pork soup as well.

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