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Anangol in Annandale

fudizgud | Dec 11, 201011:03 AM

Based on a tip from a friend, we tried this place out after some surprisingly less then stellar KBBQ at Honey Pig and Yechon in the recent past. Glad we did.

Ban chan were pretty ordinary in selection but fantastic in execution. The daikon was outrageous, the Kim Chee superb. One odd one looked like fried bologna but clearly had something pasty and starchy mixed in with the meat. Best of all was the peanuts with dried fish and the sliced cukes. We ordered spicy sliced pork and thick pork belly {their logo is a drunken pig}. Both were outstanding. The pork belly was left on the grill till a little crispy and was almost undersalted, even with a dip inthe oil with seasoned salt. The pork was moist, flavorful with a nice kick. With this came a steamed egg and a bowl of the soy bean paste stew, both very good. Cost was $44, a bargain.

Not much to look at and a little run down,. but very friendly folk and good grub at a good price. We will be back.

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