The food bases in Korean cuisine are as close to those of Japan and China as their geography is. Foods are exceptionally fresh and are prepared with the boldest of spices. Kimchi (a mixture of peppers and fermented vegetables) enjoys great popularity and appears in several of the country’s dishes, where sesame oil and seeds are also well represented. Korean food is a blend of flavors. Different food items are typically laid out on the table, and diners choose how they want to accompany the rice bowl or soup base. Meat is cooked directly in open flame, which confers that unique taste. Let alce.ca introduce you to this unique dining experience!