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The Seoul-ful Experience

It was a fiesta of the senses at the Korean Food Festival at High Ultra Lounge, Bangalore. 
Here's a photo tour...

I start with a whisky based cocktail suggested by the bartender. The concoction was pleasing and very refreshing...

Korean style chicken pops with Homemade BBQ sauce & scallion was top-notch with the lovely sauces in which the chicken was tossed in...

The bartenders were whipping up some impressive cocktails to punctuate the meal...

A prohibition era cocktail with white rum...

Korean style fish pops with homemade kimchi lemon sauce...

Chef MYO's special homemade vegetarian Kimchi salad was my favorite of the day. The enticing side dish made from fermented napa cabbage and other vegetables was served with all the dishes... 

Deep fried fresh potato slice with homemade kimchi chili flake sauce & topped crispy onion, garlic and scallion...

At High Ultra Lounge the mixologists will make sure that you are quite high. Molecular mixology in action...

Stir fried pork loin with vegetable & kimchi oyster sauce was a poetry of flavors...

It went really well with the steamed rice and fried egg...


Some shooters to end the dining bliss...

Step away from the everyday and indulge in some unusual Korean spices and flavors, if you're in Bangalore. The festival continues till June 10... 


  1. It all looks beautiful! And tasty.

  2. I am so hungry just by looking at your images. So great!

    Mersad Donko Photography

  3. So fun! The chicken pops look delicious!! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  4. You're making me hungry. It all looks very tasty #MySundayPhoto

  5. Such vibrant colours! It looks like you had a great time as a taste tester. :)

  6. That sounds absolutely delicious. I love Korean food! :) #sundayphoto

  7. What a feast for the eyes. It's made me very hungry too. #MySundayPhoto

  8. You always have the most beautiful photos! Lovely to see your post again! #mysundayphoto

  9. Stunning food photography as always.
    Thanks for joining the party at

  10. You eat better than anyone I know! Thanks for linking up at

  11. They make the food so pretty, what amazing talent!!! #OMHGWW

  12. Great photography! Thanks for bringing your post to last week's Blogger's Pit Stop.
    Janice, Pit Stop Crew

  13. OH yum! Korean food looks so delicious. Wouldn't mind having a go at one of those coktails too ;)


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