First up was deliciously savory yet spicy Korean sausages,
served with a special sauce on a hotpan.
Inside you can also find chewy glass noodles, sauteed veggies, and fresh peppers.
Korean sausages are usually dipped in salt, but the change of flavor was surprising and welcome.
On to the main courses, first was a kimchi stew with pork belly, with cheese melting on the outside rim. A dish that only gets better the longer you wait, the kimchi and pork belly stew together to create a soup that is amazing!
For those that can’t handle the spicy level, have the meat with cheese on the outside!
Complete with great food that goes very well with somaek, Wang Dae Bak Pocha is the place to go for Korean street style food and drinks.
We recommend calling to check availability, as they are usually quite packed.