Eating “Persian” err Indian/Pakistan Food in Seoul

We just arrived from Seoul today, we went to International Clinic in Itaewon to ask a prescription for Malaria which we need for our vacation in Bangladesh this Christmas. We had to wake up early again so we can make it into our appointment. I just had gimbap rolls in the terminal as my breakfast, we’re just on time with our appointment after the doctor gave us the prescription we needed we directly went to the pharmacy and walk towards the Persian Indian/Pakistan restaurant where we ate are our lunch. The restaurant opens at 11:30 AM but we are there ten minutes early,this is what we ate in Al Saba Restaurant.

Samosa – a stuffed pastry and a popular snack in South Asia, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, the Mediterranean (Turkey), Southwest Asia, the Horn of Africa, North Africa and South Africa. It generally consists of a fried or baked triangular, semi-lunar or tetrahedral pastry shell with a savory filling, which may include spiced potatoes, onions, peas, coriander, and lentils, or ground beef or chicken. The size and shape of a samosa as well as the consistency of the pastry used can vary considerably, although it is mostly triangular. Samosas are often served with tamarind chutney or curd – Wikipedia

Vegetable Samosa
Mutton Karahi
Mutton Biryani
Tandoori Garlic Naan
My favorite drink, Lassi.

I did not ate all of my food so I have a take-out but my serving of samosa was eaten by Pookie bear so in all he has five samosa (lol) plus he ate all the rice I only got one spoon because he said it was his order and mine is the bread or the tandoori garlic naan. Anyway I will have a nice dinner later with my left over mutton karahi and I will not share it as well. Hehe, kiddo.

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8 Responses to “Eating “Persian” err Indian/Pakistan Food in Seoul”

  1. w0rkingAth0mE says:

    yummy foodies =)

  2. va says:

    This looks like Indian or Pakistani food to me not Persian since lassi is from these countries not Iran .
    Persian food have different names for their food .

  3. ♥FoodTripFriday♥ says:

    Those are all yummy persian foods!

  4. RyHeAnNe says:

    @Monah medyo spicy

    @Va You are right, you have the same thought with my husband it looks like Pakistan and Indian cuisine, but what can we do. Their restaurant says "Al Saba…Persian Carpet" that's why we ate inside upon reading "Persian". Hahaha, so I just wrote what I have read..

  5. va says:

    Hi RyHeAnNe ,
    thanks for the reply . I noticed in the link they have Moroccan food too . sounds great , looks like a nice place to visit ! I love Korean movies with english subs too .

  6. RyHeAnNe says:

    Thank you as well. Maybe we should try sometimes if we went to the city again, hehe. I also love watching Korean movies if it has English subtitle by the way I am not Korean. Teheee


  7. va says:

    Ok I thought so because you didn't look Korean . You should see the movie My Sassy Girl if you like romantic comedies ..

  8. Cheerful says:

    everything looks yummy, i am sure you enjoyed it! love those samosa…have a great week! 🙂

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