The service is prompt, being given side dishes and menu's quickly. They have Korean BBQ, Soups, small eats and all, but of course, I'm flicking through but my eyes hit the jackpot seeing "FRIED CHICKEN". I am devastated to tell you, that upon ordering, we were told their deep fryer had broke ........ so I'll have to visit again in a few weeks after repairs.
Starting with sides dishes. I'm not a fan of kim chi (in general that is), apparently I'm crazy? In fact, I think I have an obsession with potato.
And this gelatinous blob .. was the best I've eaten. Must be because of the chilli underneath it .
Lots and lots of slices of beef and whole octopus, potato noodles in a chilli broth are the way to my heart. This dish comes with 2 bowls of rice but I didn't even touch it because I was full. The soup wasn't as spicy the second time round ... but maybe because they saw me die from spiciness the week before.
Marinated Beef Hot Pot - $43.00
The Seafood Pancake was extremely crunchy. None of this, 'if I don't eat it ASAP it'll go soggy' because at the end of eating, they were still crunchy. Batter wasn't too thick, lots of seafood and just amazed at the crunchiness of this. Pretty good portion size as well, but for some reason the photo makes it look so small.
Seafood Pancake - $15.00
Wherever the boy can get his hands on eel, it's a must. He gave a thumbs up to the Grilled Eel which came out on a sizzling hot plate. Unlike other Japanese/Korean places, the eel is often doused in a sweet teriyaki sauce, overpowering the dish, however this eel was lightly basted. I don't know why I find it funny that it's served on a cow hot plate ..
Grilled Eel - $22.00
Told the owners I'd have to come back as soon as their deep fryer was repaired. Should have just left my number so I could get their ASAP. Dae Ga Korean are currently BYO and opened 7 days a week.
42 George Street
02 9687 42 42