Hue Blanc – An Upscale, Affordable Dining Experience

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Hue Blanc - a restaurant with inviting decor serving delicious grub and beverages where you can enjoy the company of good friends.


Although ‘Hue Blanc’ is French for ‘white hue’, the food is Western influenced with nods to Korean flavor profiles. The menu offers an eclectic array of options including steaks, pasta, rice dishes, pizzas, salads and side dishes. The drinks menu has the staples: beer, wine, cocktails and sangria.

 

This was easily one of the best steaks I’ve had in Daegu.

We started off with the gambas which was an excellent choice because they were ridiculously scrumptious. The shrimp was perfectly cooked and the garlicky sauce had a nice amount of kick.

Next came the sizzling turf steak. This dish was accompanied by a large shrimp, a baked potato, a side salad and a few sauces made in-house. The meat came on a stone plate and was still cooking as it arrived at our table. I liked that we had control over how much we wanted the steak to cook. The smell was so intoxicating that it distracted me from the gambas. With the meat perfectly cooked to medium-rare, I could finally taste it and I was very satisfied with the quality, texture and the flavor. This was easily one of the best steaks I’ve had in Daegu.

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On the first bite, the meat was so tender that it almost fell off the bone.

We ended our meal with the succulent ribs platter. And while the previous dishes were excellent choices, we definitely saved the best for last. I couldn’t believe how massive the ribs were and we attacked them as soon as they hit our table. On the first bite, the meat was so tender that it almost fell off the bone. The platter could easily be shared between three people as it comes with a generous side of potato wedges, fried shrimp, side salad, coleslaw and rolls.

Be sure to pay Hue Blanc a visit for a chic meal worthy of a special occasion, without having to reach too deep into your pockets. Hue Blanc is located downtown, on the second floor above Julliard. It is directly across from Big Ben and Kiki’s.

Written and Photographed by Rocio Cadena
http://www.thisisrocio.com/

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