• For Non Muslims

    P Belly (Whole)

    돼지 삼겹살 (덩어리)

    1Kg
    AED 71.66

    P Belly (Whole)

    AED 71.66
  • For Non Muslims

    P Belly SamGyupSal (Cut)(Ireland)

    돼지 삼겹살(Ireland)

    1Kg
    AED 68.25
  • New
    For Non Muslims

    Bibigo Suje Kimchi Mandu

    비비고 수제김치만두

    400g
    AED 30.45
  • For Non Muslims

    Bibigo Suje Gogi Mandu

    비비고 수제고기만두

    행사 상품이 아니기 때문에 수량에 맞춰 묶음띠를 제거해서 준비해드리고 있습니다. (행사 상품은 묶음 띠에 1+1 또는 할인 문구가 들어가 있습니다.)

    This is not an Promotion product
    We are preparing to remove the bundled band according to the quantity.
    (For promotional items, 1+1 or discount text is included in the bundled band.)

    400g
    AED 28.35
  • Herring Kwamegi

    꽁치 과메기

    200g
    AED 49.35

    Herring Kwamegi

    AED 49.35
  • New

    Fish CakeCroquette -Original

    어묵고로케 오리지날

    280g
    AED 23.10
  • New

    Fish CakeCroquette -Red Pepper

    어묵고로케 땡초

    280g
    AED 23.10
  • New

    Fish CakeMochi -ButterPotato

    오뎅모찌 버터감자

    140g
    AED 12.60
  • New

    Fish CakeMochi – RedPepper

    오뎅모찌 땡초

    140g
    AED 12.60
  • New

    Fish CakeBar – Spicy

    매운맛 어묵바

    80g
    AED 6.30
  • Fish CakeBar – SpicyGlass Noodle

    매콤당면 어묵바

    70g
    AED 6.30
  • For Non Muslims
    AED 42.00

    Kimbab Ham

    AED 42.00
  • Dumpling Wrapper

    고향 찹쌀만두피

    260g
    AED 13.65

    Dumpling Wrapper

    AED 13.65
  • Chunhajangsa Sausage Cheese

    #천하장사 치즈 84g(28g * 3ea)

    28g*3
    AED 8.40
  • Chunhajangsa Sausage

    #천하장사 84g(28g * 3ea)

    28g*3
    AED 8.40
  • Chunhajangsa Corn Sweet Cheese

    #더블링 콘스윗치즈 250g(25g * 10ea)

    25g*10
    AED 31.50
  • For Non Muslims

    Boochoo Mulmandu, Chive Steamed Dumplings-1 kg kg

    Wheat Flour, Chive, Soya Bean Curd (Soya Bean, Water), Soya Bean Protein, Green Onion, Onion, Corn Oil, Cabbage, Redish, Soya Sauce (Soya Bean, Wheat Flour, Water), Flavour Enhancer (E621), Sesame Oil, Sugar, Salt, Corn Starch, Garlic, Ginger, Soya Bean Oil and Spice Steam:
    1. Remove dumplings from freezer
    2. Arrange them on a heat proof dish and steam over rapidly boiling water for 5 – 8 minutes
    3. Serve with vinegar and shredded ginger

    STORAGE
    • Keep frozen at -18°C
    • Once thawed, do not refreeze
    • Contains gluten and soya

    1 kg
    AED 47.25
  • Fish Cake Topokki

    Skewered fish paste? This oft-underrated delicacy is tasty, quick, and cheap.
    Odeng is one of the gems of Korean food for me. It scores top points in three important categories: it tastes great, it’s filling and it’s cheap. It’s also pretty much available everywhere you go, including malls, supermarkets, convenience stores and even 5-star hotels.
    Basically, odeng is seasoned fish paste that has been formed into cakes or strips and then cooked. These are then mostly threaded onto wooden skewers for serving. The paste itself is made by kneading the fish purée with starch, rice flour or regular flour, sugar, salt and rice wine.
    If you spend any time in Korea you will come across three different types of odeng. The first and most basic is simply served on sticks sitting in a broth. The broth is usually based on turnip and leeks with either crab or dried seaweed adding a boost of flavor. At the pojangmacha you just eat as many as you want and hope that the vendor is counting your sticks. The broth is always free and varies from place to place. If you see crab shells, pumpkins or leeks floating in the broth, chances are it’s going to be good. A soy sauce paste is usually served for you to dip the odeng in if you think it needs a lift. One interesting variation I have tried is red odeng, in which the fish paste is served in a spicy red gochujang-based sauce. Not for the faint of heart!

    366g
    AED 19.95

    Fish Cake Topokki

    AED 19.95
  • AED 21.00
  • AED 15.75
  • AED 15.75
  • Traditional-Duteopgak Fish Cake

    A fishcake (sometimes written as fish cake) is a food item similar to a croquette, consisting of filleted fish or other seafood with potato patty, sometimes coated in breadcrumbs or batter, and fried.

    Fishcakes as defined in the Oxford Dictionary of Food and Nutrition are chopped or minced fish mixed with potato, egg and flour with seasonings of onions, peppers and sometimes herbs.

    The fishcake has been seen as a way of using up leftovers that might otherwise be thrown away. In Mrs Beeton’s 19th century publication Book of Household Management, her recipe for fishcakes calls for “leftover fish” and “cold potatoes”.More modern recipes have added to the dish, suggesting ingredients such as smoked salmon and vegetables.

    Fish cakes can be made by the combination of fish paste and surimi. The fish paste is usually a combination of salt, water, flour and egg. The combined product is then shaped and left to cool. They are then battered and breaded using a machine. Then, they are usually fried with oil at around 18 °C (356 °F) and should reach the internal temperature of 75 °C (167 °F). After the cooking process, they are frozen and packaged and are kept frozen until used.

    500g
    AED 29.40
  • Spicy Fish Cake Bar

    A fishcake (sometimes written as fish cake) is a food item similar to a croquette, consisting of filleted fish or other seafood with potato patty, sometimes coated in breadcrumbs or batter, and fried.

    Fishcakes as defined in the Oxford Dictionary of Food and Nutrition are chopped or minced fish mixed with potato, egg and flour with seasonings of onions, peppers and sometimes herbs.

    The fishcake has been seen as a way of using up leftovers that might otherwise be thrown away. In Mrs Beeton’s 19th century publication Book of Household Management, her recipe for fishcakes calls for “leftover fish” and “cold potatoes”.More modern recipes have added to the dish, suggesting ingredients such as smoked salmon and vegetables.

    Fish cakes can be made by the combination of fish paste and surimi. The fish paste is usually a combination of salt, water, flour and egg. The combined product is then shaped and left to cool. They are then battered and breaded using a machine. Then, they are usually fried with oil at around 18 °C (356 °F) and should reach the internal temperature of 75 °C (167 °F). After the cooking process, they are frozen and packaged and are kept frozen until used.

    70g
    AED 6.30
  • Sesame-Duteopgak Fish Cake

    A fishcake (sometimes written as fish cake) is a food item similar to a croquette, consisting of filleted fish or other seafood with potato patty, sometimes coated in breadcrumbs or batter, and fried.

    Fishcakes as defined in the Oxford Dictionary of Food and Nutrition are chopped or minced fish mixed with potato, egg and flour with seasonings of onions, peppers and sometimes herbs.

    The fishcake has been seen as a way of using up leftovers that might otherwise be thrown away. In Mrs Beeton’s 19th century publication Book of Household Management, her recipe for fishcakes calls for “leftover fish” and “cold potatoes”.More modern recipes have added to the dish, suggesting ingredients such as smoked salmon and vegetables.

    Fish cakes can be made by the combination of fish paste and surimi. The fish paste is usually a combination of salt, water, flour and egg. The combined product is then shaped and left to cool. They are then battered and breaded using a machine. Then, they are usually fried with oil at around 18 °C (356 °F) and should reach the internal temperature of 75 °C (167 °F). After the cooking process, they are frozen and packaged and are kept frozen until used.

    500g
    AED 29.40
  • Seaweed Fulvescens-Duteopgak Fish Cake

    A fishcake (sometimes written as fish cake) is a food item similar to a croquette, consisting of filleted fish or other seafood with potato patty, sometimes coated in breadcrumbs or batter, and fried.

    Fishcakes as defined in the Oxford Dictionary of Food and Nutrition are chopped or minced fish mixed with potato, egg and flour with seasonings of onions, peppers and sometimes herbs.

    The fishcake has been seen as a way of using up leftovers that might otherwise be thrown away. In Mrs Beeton’s 19th century publication Book of Household Management, her recipe for fishcakes calls for “leftover fish” and “cold potatoes”.More modern recipes have added to the dish, suggesting ingredients such as smoked salmon and vegetables.

    Fish cakes can be made by the combination of fish paste and surimi. The fish paste is usually a combination of salt, water, flour and egg. The combined product is then shaped and left to cool. They are then battered and breaded using a machine. Then, they are usually fried with oil at around 18 °C (356 °F) and should reach the internal temperature of 75 °C (167 °F). After the cooking process, they are frozen and packaged and are kept frozen until used.

    500g
    AED 29.40
  • Pollack Roe Fish Cake

    A fishcake (sometimes written as fish cake) is a food item similar to a croquette, consisting of filleted fish or other seafood with potato patty, sometimes coated in breadcrumbs or batter, and fried.

    Fishcakes as defined in the Oxford Dictionary of Food and Nutrition are chopped or minced fish mixed with potato, egg and flour with seasonings of onions, peppers and sometimes herbs.

    The fishcake has been seen as a way of using up leftovers that might otherwise be thrown away. In Mrs Beeton’s 19th century publication Book of Household Management, her recipe for fishcakes calls for “leftover fish” and “cold potatoes”.More modern recipes have added to the dish, suggesting ingredients such as smoked salmon and vegetables.

    Fish cakes can be made by the combination of fish paste and surimi. The fish paste is usually a combination of salt, water, flour and egg. The combined product is then shaped and left to cool. They are then battered and breaded using a machine. Then, they are usually fried with oil at around 18 °C (356 °F) and should reach the internal temperature of 75 °C (167 °F). After the cooking process, they are frozen and packaged and are kept frozen until used.

    250g
    AED 21.00
  • Original Fish Cake Bar

    Skewered fish paste? This oft-underrated delicacy is tasty, quick, and cheap.
    Odeng is one of the gems of Korean food for me. It scores top points in three important categories: it tastes great, it’s filling and it’s cheap. It’s also pretty much available everywhere you go, including malls, supermarkets, convenience stores and even 5-star hotels.
    Basically, odeng is seasoned fish paste that has been formed into cakes or strips and then cooked. These are then mostly threaded onto wooden skewers for serving. The paste itself is made by kneading the fish purée with starch, rice flour or regular flour, sugar, salt and rice wine.
    If you spend any time in Korea you will come across three different types of odeng. The first and most basic is simply served on sticks sitting in a broth. The broth is usually based on turnip and leeks with either crab or dried seaweed adding a boost of flavor. At the pojangmacha you just eat as many as you want and hope that the vendor is counting your sticks. The broth is always free and varies from place to place. If you see crab shells, pumpkins or leeks floating in the broth, chances are it’s going to be good. A soy sauce paste is usually served for you to dip the odeng in if you think it needs a lift. One interesting variation I have tried is red odeng, in which the fish paste is served in a spicy red gochujang-based sauce. Not for the faint of heart!

    70g
    AED 6.30
  • Glass Noodles-Rolls

    Skewered fish paste? This oft-underrated delicacy is tasty, quick, and cheap.
    Odeng is one of the gems of Korean food for me. It scores top points in three important categories: it tastes great, it’s filling and it’s cheap. It’s also pretty much available everywhere you go, including malls, supermarkets, convenience stores and even 5-star hotels.
    Basically, odeng is seasoned fish paste that has been formed into cakes or strips and then cooked. These are then mostly threaded onto wooden skewers for serving. The paste itself is made by kneading the fish purée with starch, rice flour or regular flour, sugar, salt and rice wine.
    If you spend any time in Korea you will come across three different types of odeng. The first and most basic is simply served on sticks sitting in a broth. The broth is usually based on turnip and leeks with either crab or dried seaweed adding a boost of flavor. At the pojangmacha you just eat as many as you want and hope that the vendor is counting your sticks. The broth is always free and varies from place to place. If you see crab shells, pumpkins or leeks floating in the broth, chances are it’s going to be good. A soy sauce paste is usually served for you to dip the odeng in if you think it needs a lift. One interesting variation I have tried is red odeng, in which the fish paste is served in a spicy red gochujang-based sauce. Not for the faint of heart!

    500g
    AED 29.40
  • Cheese Fish Cake Bar 70g

    A fishcake (sometimes written as fish cake) is a food item similar to a croquette, consisting of filleted fish or other seafood with potato patty, sometimes coated in breadcrumbs or batter, and fried.

    Fishcakes as defined in the Oxford Dictionary of Food and Nutrition are chopped or minced fish mixed with potato, egg and flour with seasonings of onions, peppers and sometimes herbs.

    The fishcake has been seen as a way of using up leftovers that might otherwise be thrown away. In Mrs Beeton’s 19th century publication Book of Household Management, her recipe for fishcakes calls for “leftover fish” and “cold potatoes”.More modern recipes have added to the dish, suggesting ingredients such as smoked salmon and vegetables.

    Fish cakes can be made by the combination of fish paste and surimi. The fish paste is usually a combination of salt, water, flour and egg. The combined product is then shaped and left to cool. They are then battered and breaded using a machine. Then, they are usually fried with oil at around 18 °C (356 °F) and should reach the internal temperature of 75 °C (167 °F). After the cooking process, they are frozen and packaged and are kept frozen until used.

    70g
    AED 7.35
  • AED 36.75

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