The oldest restaurant of dried Alaska Pollack has different flavor. It has been using pollacks produced at Yongdaeri in Jinburyeong for twenty years. It thinks that the proper broth can’t be made from chipper Pollack from China. Though the price of vegetables goes up, this restaurant always keeps using the fresh cabbages and hot peppers even in winter.
Main Menu :
- Hwangtae haejangguk – dried Alaska Pollack in soup 7,000\
- Hwangtaegui jeongshik – a full course meal with grilled dried Alaska Pollack 23,000\
- Hwangtae jjim – steamed dried Alaska Pollack 7,000\
- Hwangtae jeongol –dried Alaska Pollack with vegetables cooked in casserole20,000\