After a week of improper meals, I decided that I deserved a good dinner on Friday night. Since our friends Chris and EY were in town, we roped them in to join us for a Korean BBQ dinner at Chang Korean Restaurant at Dempsey Hill. It's our first visit there. It's a pretty upmarket place. The decor is a combination of dark and light food finishings with Korean chests and paintings lining the walls. I particularly like the high ceiling. Dempsey Hill was once a sprawling army camp. These buildings were once army barracks.
The menu's simple to understand with lots of nice photos. The dishes are quite pricey but the quality and service made it all worthwhile. There were lots of Koreans having dinner that night which is always a good sign.
Beautiful sunset at Dempsey Hill. It was a full-moon night on last Friday.
Since we had a Korean amongst us, we let EY do the ordering. The dishes she chose were perfect! She even ordered plum liquour which was sweet and refreshing.
A typical Korean meal consists of many small side dishes. The dish of green leaves, in the background, comprising lettuce and mint is for eating with the BBQ meat.
Chris and best pal CH hamming for the camera.
The pink Wagyu beef being cooked.
Wrap the cooked beef in the leaf and pop it into your mouth.