The missus and I hooked with some friends of hers from Cincy and long story short, we had quite the reunion.
We went to Tomukun Korean Barbecue/Noodle Bar in Downtown Ann Arbor and we went to town on what we had. Well, I did, at least.
First thing we had other than water…
Some Chum Churum Soju. The waitress recommended the peach flavoured soju. It would be an understatement to say that it was delicious.
An up-close shot of my shot (no pun intended). This stuff is good and it’s smooth. We debated on the sake vs soju for a brief moment. We was at a standstill to say the least.
My appetizer was a Seafood Pancake. Filled with scallions, crabmeat, and a few other crustaceans that escape me right now…
This can be eaten either by hand or chopsticks.
And my wife was gracious enough to share her Asian Bbq wings with us. You’ll never view wings the same again once you bite into these babies here.
Duck Ramen. Made with onions, scallions, asparagus (now I know why nobody likes ’em), lots of spinach, a half boiled egg, lots of ramen, and lots of duck. Originally it’s served in a pork broth, and since I don’t eat pork, it was offered to me in a chicken broth. Needless to say, I went to town on this.
More seafood pancake leftover.
And another Asian BBQ wing.
Second, or third shot of Soju.
Leftovers to go…
Be sure to check this joint out if you’re even in the Ann Arbor area. Just 45 minutes west of Detroit. It’s worth every penny.
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