Third dinner was amazing at Seoga & Cook. Waited at least 30 minutes to an hour and I could understand why there was a long line up on a Wednesday night (even though it was New Years Eve). But it was so worth the wait. This is the first non-Korean traditional meal I’ve had since being in Seoul.
There was so much to choose from on the menu. But we decided to celebrate the last day of 2014 with ordering the pork hangsang (pork, salad, fries and spaghetti). Definitely more than enough for two. It was an interesting combination of dishes: with the random pineapple and sunny side up egg on the pork, and the spaghetti that was spicy (rather unusual). Nevertheless, everything tasted fantastic!
We also ordered Hanglabong ade. It’s very similar to Italian soda and came in a hispter-like cup aka my kind of style. : )