We were a group of six, so we called ahead and booked a table to ensure we wouldn't have to wait. You can only get in if all 6 people are there, and the reservation will be canceled if you don't get in within 10 minutes.
As soon as you walk in, you know you're somewhere cool. A storage compartment allows you to conveniently store your coat and bag inside.
The inside is larger than I expected, and there's a cool, trendy vibe throughout. However, your voice is difficult to discern.
Tong Ori (roast duck) 98,000 won
We started by ordering the famous Tong Ori (roast duck).
Once the meat and veggies are heated up, the wait staff will come to your table and carve the duck meat right in front of you.
Everyone seems to be busy snapping photos. While he's grilling the first serving, he explains how to get the best flavor out of each component. We did the cooking ourselves after that.
I couldn't quite catch what he said about the three sauces being served together, but I found out later that there was a handy infographic on the table.
* Lemon salt + salted pepper : together with breast meat
* Sesame leaf pesto : leg meat, back meat (+cornstarch bread)
* Yuja Gochujang : Busok Modeum (assorted meat) for dipping
Everything was incredibly tasty. Also delicious was the Busok Modeum (assorted meat) we ordered.
Our extra Yeontan Jumulleog (spicy seasoned duck) was also amazing. However, the kitchen was closed, so I missed out on the duck soup. If you're ever in Seongsu-dong, you must stop by Ddukdo Nongwon.
Address : 82 Achasan-ro, Seongsu 2(i)-ga 3(sam)-dong, Seongdong-gu, Seoul OPEN GOOGLE MAP
Phone : +82-2-499-3330
Operation Hours : Monday-Sunday: 12:00 - 23:00 (Mon-Fri 15:00-17:00 break time)
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