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The Cup, Pantai Indah Kapuk, North Jakarta

We know nowadays, Korean food has become one of trend in town. Many Korean restaurant start from typical cuisines until snack and dessert are easy to be found around here. This time, i'd like to mention about fresh concept of Korean food served in a cup. 


The Cup Food, it is located around Pantai Indah Kapuk area where we know a food hunting territory. This restaurant has cute bright concept at the interior as common PIK restaurant mostly have fancy, bright theme. In here, The Cup sure only served various of Korean cuisines only. Before starting our main course, we are welcomed by small plate of macaroni also fresh kimchi. 






Both sure made me has more sense to have food. Macaroni has sweet taste and lovely, as expected kimchi is spicy enough.



Then as first try, i am sure want to try best hits dish that they have. I order Spicy Seafood Jjampong. 




It is fresh noodles served in hot and spicy assorted cream topped with mussels and complete with the vegetables. Dish sure looks really red and it has strong spicy flavor and sour as basic of Korean food.




Noodles has nice texture, mussel also taste great and it is fresh. But i assure you, it is really spicy, just be aware. 
Another dish i have is Sundubu Jigae, 



which is clams, oyster mushroom, soft silky Korean tofu with assorted seafood spicy stew. It served along with the white rice.




I really love this one, the dish has thickness of stew blended well along with the seafood and other ingredients. It is really tasty, and perfect with the rice. I am sure recommended for this one. 
Don't forget to try the Soju, 



typical of Korean drink. It is contain of alcohol but in  here they served it with various of flavor. This time i try for the Yoghurt Soju. It has sour flavor with little of sensation. It served in tiny little glass. It is good after dinner.
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