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Stan | Aug 27, 2004 05:55 PM

I went to Keungama (8th St near Western). It's a Korean place with a beef-intensive menu. I got the Bo Ssam, which they translated as pork with vegetables. At $15.99 it was really two people worth of food: slices of pork with a heavy layer of fat, raw lettuce or cabbage of some sort, three kinds of kim chee, a bowl of opaque white beef broth, seasoned rice with various interesting seeds or something in it, and so forth. It was all good but not great. They have these interesting large metal cooking vessels in back that I assume they cook the broth in.

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