By Tommy McCardle |Staff Writer| For the past decade Myung Ga Tofu & Korean BBQ still stands out as a popular lunch destination in the Inland Empire. Owner Kim West personally greets customers upon entering the restaurant. Kim West is the third owner of Myung Ga. She purchased the restaurant in January of this year. “Our popular dishes include the spicy pork, spicy tofu soup and marinated short ribs,” said West. Myung Ga is open daily between the hours 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Lunch specials are offered Monday – Friday between 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Lunch specials are priced between $8-11 while main entrees are priced between $8-16. Unlike most Korean BBQ restaurants, the customers do … [Read more...] about Myung Ga Tofu & Korean BBQ
By Erica Wong |Staff Writer| For adventurous foodies, trying new cuisine is one of the best ways to experience a different culture. In Asian cultures, people usually dine family-style, a communal way of eating with metal chopsticks and spoons, such as grilling your own meat or picking at fried chicken from a large plate with your friends. Usually, a traditional Korean meal will be served with rice and coaster-sized side dishes. The most common dishes are kimchi, diced radish, pickles, potato salad, bean sprouts, glass noodles with vegetables, or seaweed salad. Kimchi may very well be considered its own food group in Korea. Kimchi is fermented napa cabbage with red pepper … [Read more...] about I ate dog!