Sunday, January 04, 2009


Max e-mailed this photo of a restaurant in Seoul. The idea of a full service place to eat is appealing.

Moo-goo-gai-pan and a BJ. Does it get any better than that, guys?

For those of you who don't frequent Chinese restaurants, moo-goo-gai-pan translated is chicken with mushrooms.

If Max thinks the opening of the BJ Haus is an enticement to get old Dad to visit Seoul he's spot on.

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Max Watson said...

What I didn't tell you is that a couple weeks later they changed the sign. This restaurant is in the traditionally "foreigner" part of town, yet I've only seen locals inside, no doubt due to the ridiculous signage ("haus" is German!). I forget what they changed it to, but the "haus" is gone.

Anonymous said...

With a name like BJ Haus and offering full service? This restaurant does have promise. I am outta there the minute I see Cream of sum yun guy on the menu however....

Max Watson said...

Walked past this place again tonight, they changed the name to 'BJ CHINA'... fixes the German confusion but still is misleading!

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