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  • Andong Jjimdak
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Korean Food/Jjimdak (seasoned and simmered chicken)
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    Andong-jjimdak (seasoned and simmered chicken) is a dish that originated in Gyeongsangbukdo, Andong. In 1980 at Andong Market’s Chicken Town, chefs began adding a variety of ingredients into their roasted chicken, and Andong-jjimdak was born.

    To make Andong-jjimdak, you add pre-cooked chicken, various large-sliced vegetables, and finally, Chinese noodles (thin noodles made of starch). Then, the entire dish is mixed with a spicy soy-based sauce and simmered to perfection. The flavors of the juicy chicken, chewy noodles, mouth-watering potatoes, onions, and various vegetables come together to create a delightful dish. Andong-jjimdak is a dish enjoyed by many, and is served in plentiful amounts on a large plate to be eaten in groups. When eating this dish, you must also try it with dongchimi (water-based kimchi with radishes) for an even more enjoyable meal.


    Some menu items may differ slightly in price and are subject to change without notice.

    Jjimdak (seasoned and simmered chicken) 20,000~34,000 won (for 3-4 people)

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