The liger born from Kwabarou and Sweet and Sour Pork

Bumga (Bomb Ga)

๐Ÿ“ 58-1, Gwangjang-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

โฐ From Monday to Sunday 11:30-21:30 Break Time 15:30-17:00

๐Ÿ“• Garlic Flake Kwabarou: 20,000 won

๐Ÿ“• Fried Eggplant with Spicy Sauce: 21,000 won

๐Ÿ“• Seafood Jjamppong: 10,000 won

โ€ป Menu/prices are subject to change

This is like encountering a liger – a fusion of a tiger and a lion. Meet the sweet and sour pork’s counterpart: Kwabarou. It’s the ultimate blend of Kwabatangsuk, reminiscent of Tangsuyuk but with a twist of Kwabarou’s essence.

The two dishes are strikingly distinct. Firstly, their shapes differ significantly. Kwabarou boasts a wider form, while Tangsuyuk typically stretches out, resembling the thickness of your thumb. Kwabarou undergoes a deep-frying process with potato starch, enhancing its texture and flavor profile.

Notably, the meat in Kwabarou is thicker, fried to a crispy perfection. Its batter is generously applied, maintaining a perfect 1:1 ratio. Topped with abundant garlic flakes, the aroma permeates the entire dish, earning extra points in flavor.

During my first visit, did they silently vow to deliver excellence? Each dish is meticulously served, cooked to order within 10-15 minutes.

Returning after three months, the taste remains impeccable. A restaurant that consistently delivers the same delightful flavor across all seasons truly earns its stripes. It’s the ideal spot to treat your parents to a memorable dining experience.

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