KAN no OSHIRI


I ate yummy Korean food with Yoshi last night at a restaurant named Kan no Oshiri.


`Kan` comes from Kankoku which means Korea.
`Oshiri` means bottom/butt! I think the name comes from the original restaurant being located near the bottom of South Korea. It is such a cute name.

The food was delicious and reasonably priced. Their specialty is the Korean style nabe (hot pot) - really good! My favorite things were the Korean nori (dried seaweed) and mochi. So yummy.

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