Thursday, December 22, 2011

The Blogger’s View - Bangogae Muchim Hoe


Since Daegu is located deep inside the peninsular, it was beyond anyone’s wish to have fresh raw fish slices in the old days. Instead, people here began to use boiled squid and inland turban shells, Anago Hoe with radish and other vegetables, along with red hot pepper powder to make Muchim Hoe, instead of using vinegar-pepper sauce like other regions. This kind of food has been around for more than 3 decades and it is unique in using the material from the sea and the inland water alike. The burning spicy flavor is popular among customers of all ages, and many famous diners used to concentrate around Bangogae, Naedang-dong to make a cluster of their own.

Pureon-hoe Restaurant(푸른회 식당) is one of the most famous Muchim Hoe restaurants in Seogu!

Address: 884-11 Naedang-dong, Seo-gu, Daegu 대구 서구 내당동 884-11
Subwau: Gate1, Bangogae Station

Ordered Gaori Jjim(Steamed ray with veggies) and Muchim Hoe.
18,000won, 15,000won
All spicy..


Let’s closely check out the side dishes!

We got Muchim Hoe right here!

And steamed ray~~
It’s chewy, spicy and has lots of bean sprouts in it.

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