New Mapogalmaegi is located slightly further in along Restaurant Street from the other restaurant that we had kimchi jjigae. Like the other restaurant, the menu's entirely in Korean, and the staff couldn't speak any English, so we had to use hand gestures, to order our food.
The 2 person portion Kalbi Bulgogi (10,800 Won) is really a 1 person portion, in our view. This was one of the coolest grills we've seen, with a sunken pocket around the grill island. That's how they cooked the omelette, along with the beef.
The Grilled Scrambled Eggs had a mixture of shredded marinated vegetables, garlic and green chilis added for texture and flavour.
The Poached Beansprouts weren't very good, they had a sandy texture and not enough of a clear clean taste.
The Pickled Radish was very good though, spicy, crunchy and tangy.
The Kimchi was also very well done, with just the right amount of spicy and sour elements. The Tofu, despite not being the most silky of beancurd, had a clear and clean taste.
The Lettuce Salad was dressed with a deceptively sweetish marinade, this wasn't as spicy as you'd think.
The Beansprout and Spring Onions Salad was also dressed with the same sweetish, mildly spiced seasoning. Very refreshing.