Thursday, August 23, 2012

Se Jong - Campsie

Campsie on a Saturday is a bustling destination. Shops, people and restaurants all round. As we like Korean food, we walked up and down in search of a decent looking Korean restaurant. As it was around 2pm and most people had finished lunch, we weren't able to gauge the restaurant's quality by the crowds present. Instead, we just called a Korean friend to see where they like eating. And they directed us to Se Jong (near Woolies).

We were greeted by yummy side-dishes galore. My favourite was the seaweed salad. The others were tofu/fishcake strips, 2 types of kimchi and a bean-sprout salad. All were quite yummy.
In terms of actual dishes, I opted for the Gomtang soup ($11). This was a very tasty clear ish beef broth with beef rib, potato starch noodles, shallots and a cracked egg. It was DELICIOUSNESS!!! I could eat this like everyday~ :)
Gomtang Soup - $11
Hubby went for the Ginseng Chicken soup ($20). He got a whole little chicken in the soup. There was rice marinated inside the chicken. The soup was clear and herbal and subtly ginsengy. The chicken was succulent and devoured by hubby. I think he liked it muchly as a bit of a healthy change.
Ginseng Chicken Soup - $20
Food here is quite good. Sizzling hot soup on a cold winter's day is just awesomeness :)

Food - 8.5/10
Service - 7/10
Ambiance - 7/10
Value for money - 8/10
Overall - 29.5/40

Se Jong
68-72 Evaline St
Campsie NSW 2194
Tel: (02) 9718 4039

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