Originally a Sichuan dish, this version of malatang (麻辣烫) is closer to what would typically be served in Beijing. At Bonja Malatang we recommend the lamb malatang. Literally meaning “spicy soup,” this blood-red soup is heavily laden with the mouth-numbing Sichuan peppercorns and you'll discover bok choy and glass noodles hidden beneath the large slices of lamb. While not for the faint of heart, the taste (albeit on the greasy side) is quite addictive and the restaurant, with its name often in print and on TV, is the prize of the neighborhood.
|Venue name:||Lamb malatang|
|Transport:||Subway line 2 Daelim Station exit 12|
|Price:||Lamb malatang 5,000 won, sweet and sour pork 15,000 won.|