in Berlin Like the Doengjang Jigae, a stew made of Korean fermented soy-bean paste. Not oily, loaded with flavors, and quite filling. Madang is a family-style restaurant, it looks like its been around forever and while they may have tried to bring a somewhat more modern approach to traditional restaurant-interior, its looking quite dated nowadays with its dark, wooden furniture, dim lights and fabrics, that have been. However, its been the favorite place to go for many Berliners with a Korean background, because its consistently serving a traditional and somewhat homey Korean flavor. So lets see the slightly off-putting interior as a feature instead of a hindrance, because the soups and pancakes here are very good and you will want to eat them on every single one of the cold nights coming. Some items on the menu are delicious, some are surprisingly bland. Ive had no luck with the starters, also I wouldnt order the Anju, Bibimbaps and noodle dishes. Not to forget the Banchan, the small side served unsolicitedly with every order in Korea (or Korea Town in NY or LA, where I once had an amazing steamed egg a habit that has not (yet?) been adopted by Korean places in Berlin, sadly.
As said, youll need a little help with the menu. In our navigation, you can also select the district of your choice. Some of my friends liked this place but I honestly didnt like it at all.
Taze ürünler ve iyi lezzet! Which no Korean goes due to not so good taste and small portions, high price, not good quality ingredients. Enjoy and feel free to contact us:. Maybe its okay for being a korean restaurant outside of Korea but I wouldnt recommend. Madang is a great place for winter, when all you wanna do is fill your belly with a hot and steamy soup that warms your body inside out. The quality of ingredients and the taste reminds me of very touristic restaurant in Seoul.
Madang, Berlin - Kreuzberg - Restaurant Reviews, Phone
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