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lblau | May 18, 201405:23 PM     1

Just home from a delicious meal at Mokomandy. Yes, Cajun/Korean sounds like an odd combination of cuisines, but it really works, We started with 3 snacks, cracklins, korean cucumber salad and jalepeno hushpuppies. The hushpuppies were light and had a nice bite from the peppers. The cracklins were hot out of the fryer and perfectly crisp and the cucumber salad was a nice refresher. We moved on to the Korean Potroast sliders, which had an apple kimchi on them. These were excellent and will definitely call me back here for another round. The fois gras dumplings , stuffed with duck, topped with fois gras and sauced with a plum sauce were decadent morsels that had the whole table sighing with pleasure. Our 2 large dishes were the poutine and the boar bowl. The poutine was rich with fat and had good flavor from the house-made sausage. The boar bowl was a big hit, the pork, kimchi, fried egg, rice, etc combined for a very satisfying taste treat.

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