Starting on November 10th, we’ll begin our second weeklong stay at R. House in Remington. We’re modeling our menu and look after the no-nonsense pajeon houses of Seoul. These shops primarily sell crispy plate-sized pancakes, known as pajeon, (and maybe a few other things) because that’s what the people want. All week in stall #8, Irvin and crew will mix batter for kimchi, seafood and vegetable pancakes and flip them in Pennsylvania grown and processed canola. And he wants you to break up bites of pajeon with refreshing homemade banchan – side dishes like stewed greens, marinated tofu, and radish kimchi. This is where Karma Farm’s winter produce gets the Korean treatment.
We’ll open at 11 am everyday and close at 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday we will stay open until 10 p.m. Pancakes will range from $14 to $16 and will come with two banchan of your choosing. Additional side dishes will be served a la carte. We’ll also brew Korean red ginseng tea – a traditional remedy for the of ills modern life.
When we eat, we like to share big things with our friends. And so we want to help create that experience for you and yours. Stay tuned for menu updates and more.