Last month, we finally had a chance to check out Anju, a Korean-inspired tapas restaurant. It seemed that everyone on twitter was talking about this place and raving about the great food, and I couldn't wait to try it.
Anju is located in a cute little house converted into a restaurant in downtown Calgary. It was a good thing we had made reservations because the place was packed.
I had heard amazing things about their gochujang chicken wings, and knew we definitely needed to try them. The reviews did not disappoint and this was our favorite dish of the night. The sticky sauce was spicy but I couldn't get enough. I'm hungry just thinking about these wings.
We also tried the oxtail tortellini which I loved! This was finished with truffle oil and cheese.
The spicy salmon tacos were great! A little messy to eat but incredibly tasty. They had just the right amount of heat and Q loved the crisp wontons.
Our server recommended the stone rice bowl which we had with beef. It was good but after the flavour we experienced in our tapas, this seemed a little bland. We asked for a side of the gochujang sauce and it perked up the dish tremendously. We really enjoyed it after the addition of the sauce. Q, who can eat eggs every day for every meal, was very happy that the dish had one.
All in all, it was a great experience. I would definitely go back to enjoy a flavourful meal of appetizers.
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