The Dish: Soondae blood sausage soup Where to Get It: Seoul Soondae, 4231 Markham Street, Annandale; (703) 642-2220 Price: $8.99 What It Is: Korean blood sausage is unlike its cousins British blood pudding, Spanish morcilla, and French boudin noir—all of which have a denser, richer texture and taste. Soondae (or sundae) is just as dark, […]
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Sliders and wings are no longer the only food options at The Blaguard. For the past month, the Irish pub at 18th and U streets NW has been serving Korean food every Wednesday. The special menu comes from the Pyongyang Gang, a pop-up concept co-founded by ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen employees Mike Thompson and James Jang. […]
Dispatch From the Franchise Expo! Y&H's colleague Lydia DePillis reports from the International Franchising Expo and has some newsy franchise news: Jimmy John's will be opening a location at 14th and L streets NW and another "about eight blocks southwest of that." (Which would mean it'd be around the Corcoran Gallery of Art, right?) Yogenfruz […]
In this week's Washington City Paper cover story, Mike Paarlberg profiles Ma Young-Ae, a former North Korean spy who runs Pyongyang Soondae, a restaurant on Little River Turnpike that offers a more northern approach to Korean food. The story of Ma's defection and anti-Pyongyang activism is worth a read—be sure to pick read it in […]
The Calbi Korean BBQ truck These eerie, elegant, silent videos on Los Angeles' food trucks speak volumes about the richness of the city's street snacks — and the dearth of decent offerings we still have in the District. Take a look at the vids after the jump and try not to drool with resentment.