This is the third time we enjoyed GaNaDaRa!! Click here to see our first visit to this restaurant
Here’s what we had:
Kimbob is Korean rice roll, this one is with smoked ham (not Spam!). So good. You can pick one you feel like among 5-6 different kinds of kimbob here.
Really delish, really Korean! Thick cheese broth stood out. Plus a slice of cheese on top
Literally green onion & chicken. *Ultra crunchy delicious chicken* was excellent (very different from any similar deep fried chicken in other places e.g. karage), and a bunch of thin slices of green onion was unique. Loved this dish along with delicious sauce shown on the bottom left of the picture. *When Koreans eat meat, they like to have shredded green onion together especially at BBQ places.
Real Korean street food challenge: this chewy noodle is really hot & spicy!! But also sweet and tangy (good jjolmyun is known to have the right balance between sweetness & tanginess) They have three different kinds of Korean spicy noodles. Gotta try them all soon!
Poutine meets Tukppoki. Tukppoki is a Korean street food item made of rice cakes in uniquely spicy & somewhat sweet thick sauce. Shredded mozzarella on top of hot fries. Wow, it was good unexpectedly.
- GaNaDaRa has a couple of Korean snack/dessert items which are not on the menu. One is called hoetuck, the other one is jjim-pang. Want!
- Takeout is always a good choice when the house is full. While we were eating, 6-7 people took their food to go. Order in bulk is OK here (I’m thinking of Korean night with GaNaDaRa’s food!)
- Most items are $5-7.