Tasty and unusual.
In Seoul, the capital of South Korea, the incredibly delicious street food – perhaps the best in the world. Not to be unfounded, we present you a list of evidence – review expert-critics. Like real criticism, praise they are not all, but more fun.
1. Fried milk: $4
Critic 1: Yes, that’s the thing. Yummy.
Critic 2: When I saw this, I decided that I had lactose intolerance.
2. Sweet potatoes: $3
Critic 1: Simple and elegant.
Critic 2: the Unpresentable, but delicious!
3. Bread with egg: $1,50
Critic 1: “Mercedes-Benz” Korean street food!
Critic 2: the Absolute hit. Don’t miss out. If you’re ever in Korea and you will have time to try only one dish on the street … try it. Satisfaction guaranteed!
4. Cheese and vegetable donut: $3
Critic 1: the Hot and gooey goodness.
Critic 2: Eating the last piece, I cried. I was sad that it ended.
5. Fish paste: $2
Critic 1: a Very popular dish people love.
Critic 2: Many people like. But not for me!
6. Dumpling in the shopping district Myeong-Dong: 3 PCs for $4
Critic 1: Fried dumplings – the best dumpling. Just Drools.
Critic 2: I had a food orgasm. This dumpling to die for!
7. Scallops baked with cheese and butter: $10
Critic 1: Well it’s fun at least because of the shells. Who doesn’t like food in shells?
Critic 2: I don’t really, but I’ve seen people who were thrilled.
8. Chicken in sweet and sour sauce: $3
Critic 1: the Name reflects the essence. It is indeed fried chicken in sweet and sour sauce. Delicious.
Critic 2: I Agree.
9. The steak and wheat germ: $7
Critic 1: the Picture does not reflect the exquisite taste of this dish (no offense to the photographer – Critic 2). It was amazing. Stunning steak!
Critic 2: Oh-La-La! Memories of this tasting will be with me forever. Perfect food.
10. A fun cookie to break with a hammer: $3,50
Critic 1: You break the sphere in a large wooden hammer, and it breaks into pieces crispy fried, covered with chocolate. What’s not to like?
Critic 2: This is food for people of any age. Highly recommend, even just to use a hammer!
11. Sugar pancake: $2
Critic 1: It’s just sugar in some fried dough. Incredible.
Critic 2: I dream about it at night. This is the only thing that makes me happy now.
12. Pancake from mash (mung beans): $4
Critic 1: Look at the picture and want more. To be honest, one portion can feed three.
Critic 2: Like Korean latkes (potato pancakes), but made from bean – or rather, Mary green. Fried, hot and delicious!
13. Taiyaki – Japanese biscuits with filling: $3
Critic 1: Cute and tasty.
Critic 2: tastes like sweet potato pie, but in the form of a fish that much more fun.
14. Chips on a stick: $4
Critic 1: Chips… on… a stick. Brilliant.
Critic 2: On a stick everything taste better!
15. Assorted rolls: 5 PCs for $6
Critic 1: As a true connoisseur of the culture of sushi, I have to say: it’s a Yes from me.
Critic 2: Perfect submission. Excellent execution.
16. Shrimp in a honey garlic sauce: $6
Critic 1: Tasty and crunchy. The slogan should be: “Dangerously addictive!”
Critic 2: Honey! Oil! The garlic! All that I love!
17. Chicken kebab (with a brush for rubbing sauce): $3
Critic 1: it’s All in the brush.
Critic 2: Absolutely divine.
18. Assorted sausages with rice stuffing: $4
Critic 1: Great combination.
Critic 2: this is what is called a sausage festival.
19. Dried persimmon: $10 per box
Critic 1: Persimmon is one of the most underrated fruits. But her time will come, mark my words!
Critic 2: They brought the dried fruit to the next level. Delicious!
20. Assorted fish cakes: $4
Critic 1: If you like fish in the test, then this is for you.
Critic 2: I don’t like the fish in the test, so I did not like.
21. Chocolate Oreo churros: $3,50
Critic 1: If you like Oreo cookies and pastries from choux pastry “churros”, then their combination will have to taste.
Critic 2: a Work of art!
22. Waffles with cream cheese: $1,50
Critic 1: it Looks better than it tastes. A little disappointed.
Critic 2: unfortunately, I was given a Luke warm waffle, and I love that it was hot! But it is beautiful.
23. Grilled cheese: $3
Critic 1: Talented, brilliant, unbelievable, incredible, impressive, inimitable and absolutely unique.
Critic 2: grilled cheese! And that’s it.
24. Pancake stuffed with banana/strawberry/Nutella: $6
Critic 1: It’s worth a try.
Critic 2: I did it!
25. Strawberries in Cup and chocolate-covered strawberries on a stick: $3 and $1
Critic 1: I’ve Never met a strawberry on a stick. Big and tasty
Critic 2: Simple and austere. A good option for those who love chocolate.
26. Baked cheese lobster tail (lobster): $15
Critic 1: Delicious and cute.
Critic 2: I recommend this dish because the shell used as a serving dish.
27. Roasted sweet potatoes: $3 per glass
Critic 1: Good, but the fries could be hotter.
Critic 2: I had high hopes! But, unfortunately, a layer of honey around the sweet potatoes were too chewy, and the sweet potato is too cold.
28. Baked calamari: $7
Critic 1: the squid like.
Critic 2: No, but thank you nonetheless.
29. Strawberry mochi (sweet rice dough): $3,50
Critic 1: Great cakes mochi. Excellent chocolate filling. Very fresh strawberries. Yes, wrap.
Critic 2: My favorite berries wrapped in mochi? The winning combo!