Have you ever had Korean soy crab sashimi? If not and you are willing and like trying new food I recommend this restaurant. Koreans and Japanese alike find that this is the best restaurant for Ganjang (soy sauce) Gejang (crab sashimi). Japanese love this restaurant so much that Pro Ganjang Gejang has opened up a chain store in Japan.
There is a trick to eating this delicacy, I would order the biggest size you can afford and one order. This dish is called the rice thief because each bite is salty, but balanced perfectly when added to a spoon of rice. The top shell will be given to you have to take a chopstick to get all the bits out of the corners of the shell where it is pointed. All this orange and yellow bits on the top shell pool in the middle of your natural plate and you spoon in as much rice as you want and eat out of the shell. This is supposed to be the delicacy part of the menu. If you don't want to do the work they have a crab rice that you can order as well.
After that attack the crab from hind quarters first since it has the most meat and break the crab into sections. Suck the meat out of the crab and eat with rice. Goes great with a beer.
This is Korean food done in Korea at it's best. Don't get confused with Pro-Kalbi restaurant, since the restaurant is so famous there are a number of signs with Pro in near by restaurants. You will know when you see the crab tank in the store front window and if you come from the main street it will be at the left corner after you enter the small side street.
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