Many restaurants here don't bother putting menus in front, and instead go right to the plastic food. It leads to some strange moments where we have stood and discussed the likely merits of the restaurants through close examination of this plastic food.

In the US we definitely don't seek out the restaurants with plastic food in front and picture menus, but here it is useful when clueless about what actually the restaurant serves (this being Korea, it really could be anything).

All of these elements came together in this restaurant window, which featured two very attractive plastic food arrays with grill set-ups and all of the sides.

Close examination revealed what the restaurant served. Either broiled large intestines (shown below) or grilled tripe.


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