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Jul 13, 2014 02:46 PM

Korean Pancake

Recently tried the seafood pancake at Chan, Korean Tofu House, and Yong's Tofu House.
They were each OK but not great.
Anyone have any ideas where they might specialize in this?

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  1. If you don't mind a drive to Lynnwood, the best I've had is from Sam Oh Jung... it's loaded with seafood and not too greasy.

    1. i like the one at old village near the north seattle/shoreline border :)

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      1. re: roolala

        Thanks, can you tell us about the other dishes you've had at Old Village?

        1. re: JayDK

          My favorite dishes there are probably japchae (app portion is pretty big) and the black's braised on daikon and if you like spicy food i'd highly recommend it :)

          Everything I've had there is pretty good though...the meat is pretty good quality with the added bonus of charcoal grilling and their soups are done well. I like their dukmandoo (dumplings and rice cake), doenjangjjigae (soybean paste) and their sullungtang (not sure what the translation's a beef bone soup that's been braised for hours and hours) is my go-to soup when i'm sick. Their galbi tang was a little too fatty for my taste. Their banchan are probably some of the best I've had in the Seattle area :) If you haven't been, you should give it a try!

      2. The best one I've had was from Seoul Hot Pot.

        They're not traditional, but the little ones they make at Revel are quite good.