We both had a hankering for Korean food, so my buddy and I decided to look for a restaurant serving it. She informed me that Sol Korean Restaurant in Qatar has some of the greatest galbi-tang and tteokbokki, so we went there and gave it a try. We took a cab, and if this is your first time to Sol, you won’t be able to find it because it is inside the hotel and hidden away in the back. Although it seems like an old restaurant from the outside, as you go inside, you’ll notice that it has a rather modern and cheery atmosphere.
Galbi-Tang is a beef short rib soup that also includes stewing radish, onions, and other ingredients. Tteokbokki is a spicy stir-fried rice cake with vegetables. When we learned that they were adding ginseng, which has numerous health advantages, to the short rib soup, I became quite happy because I wanted to have Galbi-Tang. Therefore, we placed orders for Galbi-Tang, Cheese Dak Gang Jung (spicy chicken with fries), and another dish, the name of which slips me. Due to the enormous quantities and the quality of the cuisine, I believe the average price of the meals here is between 35 and 100 QAR.
This restaurant is in Bin Mahmoud, close to Hamad Medical City.
We are pleased since they serve high-quality, delectable cuisine. The main issue is that the restaurant is not very noticeable or not along the road, making it challenging to find, especially if it’s your first time there. I’m suggesting this to everyone in Qatar who wants some delicious Korean food.