They opened on San Silvestre and couldn’t have made it better since. Lunch time queues are daily sights and it often resembles, from the inside, a washing machine tumbling my wardrobeful of disco shirts. And yes, Casey was right last time, especially on tranquil days like this, feels like sitting in your 12-year old niece’s bedroom.
All the food´s MSG free, prices are (even senior) student friendly, the owner remembers you from 3 weeks before (HellothisiswhatyouhadlasttimeMSGfree. You’vealreadyhadthatonceMSGfree) plus you’re given the choice of metal or wooden chopsticks (fishing for edibles in the soup with the typical, slippery, Korean silvery sticks is, quite a challenge, really).
Bueno, let´s see. Personally, I´d go for 年糕 (Niangao – all year round New Year cake, which is from glutinous rice flour, looks like a small savoury pancake on a stick) and the less spicy soup, which (the image you will see, point it out you must – it does look less spicy in the picture menu and the guy speaks good English so you can double check – isn’t he as asset?) is made of dill, reminds me of home.
Link to their website as soon as they make one.