Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Where's new in Daegu? – De Tasse, Le Plat du Jour, Vietnam Kitchen

Where's new?#1 - De Tasse

Concept: The owner was a barista, serving coffee at a café, and a member of a music band. He also worked as a freelance journalist and ran an education program at a museum. As the owner has a wide range of career experiences, he wanted to share what is more than coffee and dessert at De Tasse. This would make you never be alone at the only café in the area even though you visit alone.
Tip: Many cultural events including exhibitions, music concert, and reading clubs are scheduled to
be held starting in December.
Address: 508-9 Eechondong, Namgu, Daegu 대구시 남구 이촌동 508-9

Where’s new?#2 – Le Plat du Jour

Concept: Chef Kyunghee Kim, who studied in France after working at French restaurants like Table, Midi, Table Bis, opend her own place in Daegu, her birthplace. She wants to introduce French cuisine and culture to the people of Daegu at Le Plat du Jour, a small yet refined restaurant on the street in Hwangkeum-dong.
Tip: Special menus for Christmas such as bisque and escargot are ready to be introduced.
Address: 114-4 Hwangkeum-dong, Suseong-gu, Daegu 대구시 수성구 황금동 114-4

Where’s new?#3 – Vietnam Kitchen

Menu: Vietnamese cuisine has absorbed different food culture as it went through many rounds of colonization. The owner sticks to the original taste of Vietnamese food, but he still wants to satisfy Korean taste, for instance, by thinly slicing vegetables or making Nouc Mam, a fish sauce, thicker. Goi, a Vietnamese salad with vegetables, fried rice noodles, and one of three toppings-chicken, shrimp, and pork belly is a must-try item. You should also taste Cha Gio, Vietnamese spring rolls stuffed with vegetables, pork and shrimp, and Vietnamese rice noodles mixed with nouc mam sauce
Address: 1429-21 Manchon-dong, Suseong-gu, Daegu 대구 수성구 만촌동 1429-21 메트로웰빙하와이 1 104

Source: Noblesse magazine