Good for 3-4, this huge ring should seem slightly familiar to those who've had been to Korea (at least for the pan itself). The fried squid was yummy till the batter, but it was too tough to chew probably because it had been laying around for awhile after it was fried and then dipped into the tteokbokki mixture to heat up with the rest.

The tteokbokki was slightly spicy but the sweetness in it compensated. Ingredients in that red sauce included fish cakes, onions for flavour and thick rice cakes, coupled with some cabbage.

Lined around the tteokbokki is fried kimchi rice, sweet corn, dumplings, cheese and half a perimeter of steamed egg to take away that spice.