Wang Dae Bak offers both the kimchi pancake and the seafood pancake! However, if you are unsure of which one to get, why not get the half half pancake, which lets you try both flavours out? 😋

Overall, we thought that the pancake was great as the edges of the pancake were really crispy and the pancake wasn't excessively thick, hence you won't feel too gelat from the dough. We felt that the kimchi pancake was more yummy because the restaurant really used a generous serving of kimchi and you could taste it throughout that half of the pancake! The seafood pancake is still great though, except that in parts of the pancake without seafood, it just tasted like... pancake.

We ordered this as part of the Soul Food set and it is much bigger than it looks! It is $26++ if you order it a la carte, so do consider getting it part of the set, which is priced at $95++ and includes japchae and several types of kbbq meat (pork belly, pork collar and marinated chicken).