Following my departure from Korea, the accessibility to the flavourful fare I'd grown so fond of left me with a sense of comfort. Though, despite the proximity and plentifulness of Korean eating parlors, it took a great deal of time to get back in front of the table-top grills I revere so.
Located on the Northern end of Toronto's Yonge Street Korea Town, I visited Charcoal and Salt with a friend of mine a few weeks ago.
Here's my blogTO review HERE!
|Our banchan (side dish) spread|
|Pajeori (green onion salad)|
|Samgyepsol (sliced pork belly) and Anshim Gui (sliced beef tenderloin)|
|Kimchi Jjigae (kimchi stew)|