First question: Who is Hongleepark? This question was never answered to this day, so any shout-out might help.
Second question: Does The Cook exist? Sadly this was not answered too. However I feel that The Cook was out on the day we ate.
Third question: How was the Bingsu? Isn’t that a popular Korean dessert? Now, I’m beginning to sound like a useless blogger. No. I did not try the Bingsu that day because I was so stuffed from the spaghetti.
Which brings me to what we ate, can we talk about these instead?
Additional Salad – The Cook named it this way so please let’s not question his naming authority. It’s got the essential salad components drizzled with homemade garlic dressing. The dressing was too light and tasteless, I had to pour parmesan cheese to give it more tang.
I suppose this is what you call a basic salad, and if I were to revisit, would order pizza instead. There’s way too much corn!
Seafood Olive Spaghetti – Described as spaghetti in olive oil with fried garlicky squid, shrimps and clams—I’d say the pasta was high on the seafood level and lacking again on the taste department.
Although on the latter half, I found the dish filled with shells and missing clams.. hmm..
Maybe we should’ve ordered the tomato-based pasta, since this is what the Koreans in the other table ordered and they seemed quite pleased with their lunch.
Ah well. We will be back for some Bingsu this summer! By then, we hope to know who The Cook is!