Ben brought Arkensen to Metrotown for dinner to show him the Pokemon Go hot spot. It was unbelievable to see so many people at one spot playing the game.
We walked across the hot spot to have dinner at Dae Ji Cutlet House. It is a relatively new restaurant.
The menu is not too big and some pictures of food is always good.
The typical setting of a Korean restaurant, ice water in a bottle and plastic cups, practical.
Ben ordered the Garlic Pork Cutlet to share with me. The pork cutlet is served with garlic spicy gravy, salad and rice.
The pork cutlet is huge, almost the length of the fork.
Arkensen ordered the Fish Cutlet. He opted for French Fries instead of rice. He enjoyed the fish cutlet which was crunchy on the surface and the flesh is tender and flaky. Besides the cabbage salad, there is also a side of spicy macaroni.
Ben ordered another item with the intention to bring home. It was the Spicy, Sweet & Sour Chicken. This is a large item meant for sharing, at $21.99. The deep fried chicken was sweetish with a hint of spiciness, not so much of sour.
The chicken came with two side dishes of pickle daikon and cabbage salad.
Credit card is accepted here.
You can click on the menu above to have a larger view.
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That space sure has a tremendous turnover. It was Death By Chocolate for the longest time, then in the past 6 years or so it has seen Cattle Cafe, then Kick S Good, now Dae Ji