Prof found a Korean restaurant, Dosirak, in Athens, so we satiated our cravings for some good ole’ reminder of home.
The interior space was a warm welcome from the cold, chilly night. Of course, there was hardly anyone there – just one other couple enjoying their meal. But we didn’t mind.
Prof ordered a bunch of dishes, and the kids and I were giggling with joy over the aromatic comfort food smells.
Miso soup for the boys.
Bibimbap for me.
Sushi platter for Prof.
Bulgogi with panchan (sides) for the entire family to share.
We enjoyed our meal so much, Piano Man asked that we go back to Dosirak again. It was well worth it to eat there a second night, since we haven’t been able to eat like this since we left three months ago.