Seafood fried noodles
Finally got a chance to check out the now not so new restaurant on Rundle St (corner of East Tce) – Haan Ssie where Cafe Primo used to be. Word on the street was that the food was pretty good but the prices were a bit steep. Lucky for us, we dropped in at lunch during the week and took advantage of their lunch specials!
Haanssie luncheon platter: chicken, fried dumpling, chicken wing, rice and garden salad; $13.00
I ordered one of my all time favourite korean dishes, the dolsot bibimbap! The staff are efficient and super friendly, with one asking if I knew how to combine the bibimbap cause she was happy to show/do it for me. 🙂
Beef dolsot bibimbap; $12.50
Rice, vegetables, beef, a sunny side up egg and hot pepper paste presented beautifully in a hot stone pot before I mix it up into this:
DELISH!! The crunch of the vegetables, the spicy sauce covering every morsel of food in the pot, the runny egg yolk that’s slowly cooking within the pot, the chewiness of the mushrooms and my favourite part of all: the crispy dried rice that’s stuck at the bottom of the hot stone bowl! Each mouthful is satisfying and so so good.
I can’t wait to come back and try out other dishes from their menu!
300 Rundle Street
Adelaide SA 5000