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Korean and a Dog in Hayward

WLA | Jul 28, 200410:33 AM

I hope that I was careful to differentiate that these meals were not all consumed in the same restaurant in the subject line of this post? (g)

We visted our friends in Hayward while up in SF over the weekend and while with them got to sample a kraut dog at the Hayward Caspers near the freeway, (and if it is not too close to the freeway please forgive my being turned around). I thought it was quite a delicious dog with plenty of snap and a good taste. I also understand that there is a knock off of Caspers, called Kaspers that is supposed to be good as well.

We they had dinner at a new place to us, Korea House on A at Montgomery, also in Hayward. Unfortunately we got there just a bit too late to barbeque our kalbi ourselves, (around 9:30 p.m. on Sunday night) but they brought out three heaping platters of beautiful, tender kalbi on what I would call "fajitas" type platters with onions underneath so that they were cooking on the hot plate and getting some of the kalbi marinade on them.

I will also say that they provided at least 12 little banchan plates, and that is even more that the normal place we go, Han Yang, (if I have messed up the name please for give me) also in Hayward.

With three orders of kalbi, one large beer and one coke the total was $62, plus tip.

Korea House, (510) 889-9711, 702 A St, Hayward, CA 94541

Ps. I also noticed as we barted by Fruitvail that there was a taco truck actually parked out at the corner of a pretty bit Mexican restaurant called Guadalajara. If the resturant doesn't own that truck I thought that was a rretty cheeky move.

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