While we were at Arab Fest, we happened to sit by a Lebanese embassy worker who suggested that we try the Turkish restaurant near the mosque in Itaewon. Erin and I are always up for good food, so off we went in search of the restaurant. It’s a little hard to get to, but we did.
It’s not too expensive, and almost cheap even when you think of how much foreign food normally costs in Korea, so that made up happy. Erin had mossaaka, I tried a lamb and vegetables dish, and we split a plate of hummus. It was a bit on the bland side, I don’t really remember the other Turkish food that I’ve had in the past being as bland, but it was still delicious. I had a problem eating with a fork…start laughing now…unfortunately a carrot fell off my fork and into the tomato-based sauce splashing both me and Erin. oops. sorry.
Next up is either the Uzbek place that we passed on the way to Salaam, the Bulgarian place I’ve heard so much about, or trying to find a nice Greek place, unless you have any other suggestions