yay set menus and yay for a-100 reunion meals!
once i got in to town, members of my a-100 fso class got together for a welcome and catch-up meal. we opted to try somewhere near base because 1) that would be easy and 2) it gave me an opportunity to quickly glean from the others who had already been in town a few months. so we head toward dong-boo-ichon-dong near the ichon subway station to check out our options. perhaps driven by our hunger, we quickly opted for some quick japanese fare.
turns out, cobaco is a franchised japanese restaurant chain, specializing in donkatsu (fried pork cutlet). i opted for the option that provided a bit of donkatsu with a bit of udon. it was a hot day outside and jut a bit of each seemed to be a nice and light dinner choice. the donkatsu was crispy on arrival, and the udon noodles were well-cooked in a light and subtle soup.
most of all, i was happy to have spent the evening catching up with good friends. yummy treat for my belly was the icing on the cake.