On a cold and wet day in Adelaide, there is nothing better than staying indoors aka at home for me. Age could partly be responsible for this new found little pleasure that I have as I could no longer be bothered bundling myself in multiple layers of cloth nor get myself soaked outdoors. The comfort of lying in my own bed with a cup of hot chocolate, tea or coffee with a good book or movie seems more tempting than before.
However, one does have to venture out for food, especially when there's not much supplies indoors and hence, our prompt trip to this restaurant which appears to be very popular despite the limited seating area available. Menu wise, there are lots of options to choose from, ranging from noodles, rice, hot pots, dishes to Japanese alternatives such as sushi and Japanese rice bowls. We steered clear from the Japanese option as, after all, it is a Korean restaurant operated by Koreans.