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New Ginowan restaurant accents Korean delicacies

Date Posted: 2006-07-14

Tucked away on a quiet residential street, the restaurant offers an ambience appealing to romance and family gatherings.

Asian Heat is Ginowan City’s latest international culinary delight, a restaurant specializing in Korea’s barbeque delicacies. Sam Gyupsal, a pork barbeque dish featuring garlic, boiled sweetened soy, radish and green onion toppings, is well known in Korea.

The restaurant is designed to be relaxing, with each dining space separated into semi-private rooms with curtains. The dark brown colors blend with chairs made of bamboo, and the music provides the ultimate accent.

Sam Gyupsal is a mainstay of Korean barbeque, with pork dominating the market over beef. Here, choice black pig is used and grilled over a Korean style hot plate that melts away virtually all fat. The meat arrives wrapped in cabbage, often kimchi, and all are served up on the grill.

It’s healthy, has good taste, and is gentle on the palette, says the Asian Heat owner. Sam Gyupsal shops in Korea are extremely popular among women, who often line up for a table because they believe it good for beauty, longevity and creating fresh, healthy bodies.

Asian Heat is located in Ginowan City’s Mashiki area. The restaurant has created a special Sam Gyupsal set menu featuring the pork, daily vegetables, seafood, sang chu (lettuce and various specialty leaves such as sesame and chrysanthemum and sliced vegetables for ¥1,050. The set menu is for two or more persons, with 100grams pork.

The restaurant offers more than 50 different selections, including grilled beef sirloin for ¥2,835, beef ribs ¥840, seasonal duck or turkey for ¥880, and chicken breast with ‘shiso’ flavor for ¥399. Toppings include a Welsh onion dressing with red pepper and fish boiled with spicy soy. A variety of wrap vegetables include wasabi offerings. Side dishes include appetizers, raw beef, chicken, ribs and crispy gyoza. Asian Heat also has an original hot spicy soup, as well as Thai tom yum kung, a Thai sour and spicy shrimp soup.

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