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Old 03.11.2011, 08:52
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Can anyone tell the name of this restaurant / shop pretty please?

I'd like to check if they may have a website as I've asked at my regular Asian (Thai I believe) shop nearby and although they do sell canned kimchee, they do not have much Korean food / ingredients available, not even the right kind of red pepper flakes.
This is it, from the Main Station walk down Bahnhofstr. and take the first left. It's about 50 meters down on the right.

Yumi Hana
Schützengasse 7
8001 Zürich
Tel. 044 211 57 57
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oh, is she? so am I
Annyunghaseyo?
Unfortunately my mother left Korea for America just after the war and wanted to forget the past, so she never taught us kids any Korean! But she sure taught us how to enjoy Korean food.
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Re: Korean Recipes

I thought Dog Meat was a Korean special.

Interesting fact is that on Wikipedia; Switzerland is the first mentioned country as a country that eats dog meat that I find quite surprising:

"According to contemporary reports, dog meat is consumed in a variety of countries such as Switzerland"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog_meat
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I thought Dog Meat was a Korean special.

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Actually dog meat is not a Korean speciality. Majority of the Korean population doesn't eat dog meat. And it's very rare that women eat dog meat. I think there is a misconception that somehow Koreans must be eating dog meat all the time but that is definitely not true. And I have never met anyone who has cooked dog meat or have eaten dog meat!!!
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Interesting fact is that on Wikipedia; Switzerland is the first mentioned country as a country that eats dog meat that I find quite surprising:

REALLY?!
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You mean LA galbi, yes I know, I also had already several issues with butchers.
Do you know about this shop? I doubt it is between Geneva and Vevey but they also deliver per post. http://sushimore.ch/ have a look yourself.
This place is perfect!! I will be going there soon and will report back all the goodies I find!!
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