I had my reservations for this creamy dish initially but was still really curious upon reading reviews. It was served on a hot pan with a swirl of whipped cream that looked like a big fluffy cloud. The flame was then lit so that the cream would start melting.

As the cream melts, you could stir to give it an even mix into the red curry. Interestingly, the sweetness of the cream blends well into the curry and even reduced the spicy heat of the curry, although it was still pretty spicy! The curry really got my lips and tongue burning. Thought it might get jelak, but surprisingly the cream was quite tantalizing. A sinful indulgence, but worth it for the chewy Tteok-bokki (Korean rice cakes), diced mushrooms, green and red bell peppers as well as some broccoli. Sadly, the beef portion was quite little.

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