Skip to main content

[Seoul - Gangnam] Double Trouble Part 2 - Grilled Cheese, Mango Salad, Potato Bomb

This is Part 2 of the Gangnam Double Trouble experience. Read the Part 1 post here

Went back to Double Trouble with some other friends and decided to try some of the other menu items.

We ordered the Mango Salmon Salad (8.5). This was pretty light and refreshing. Since it was like 99.75% humidity and like 34 degrees outside, this was exactly what we needed.
We also tried the Double Trouble sandwich (13.0). This is a crazy sandwich. It's like three slices of white bread with a hamburger patty, cheese, and crispy American bacon (!!). It has a grilled cheese (cheddar) base and it's their main menu item.

This is pretty heavy, so the Mango Salmon Salad balanced it out pretty well.
We also ordered the Potato Bomb (9.9). This is one of their other "claim to fame" menu items. It's waffle fries topped with chili sauce (kind of more tomato sauce than chili, in my opinion), sour cream, and a fried egg.

The fries were crispy, but I was hoping for a little more spice.

I would probably order these again.

(Not pictured): Two of my friends ordered a Mango Ade (6.5). These were definitely a healthy portion size, so probably ample to share between two people.

Read about the WMC (Chicken and Waffles), Parmesan Truffle Fries, and Grapefruit Beer here.






Location:
From exit 11 of Gangnam Station, walk straight to the CGV and climb the hill to the third street and turn right. Double Trouble will be on your left (B1 Floor)


*FTC Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links which means, at no additional cost to you, I may earn a commission if you click through the links provided and make a purchase.*

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

[Skincare Review] Head-to-Head Test: Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair vs. La Mer The Concentrate

 As promised, here is my blog comparing the Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair vs. the La Mer The Concentrate. FTC disclaimer: I was sent both of these items for free in exchange for my full and honest review. I tried to be as scientific as humanly possible. I had a blinded reviewer (my mom) who was actually unaware I was even doing a skincare test, so her opinion is completely blinded and she tried really hard to give a full and honest review of differences she noticed. I did this for 2 weeks. In the 14 days before the test, I was testing out the Estee Lauder ANP product in exchange for my review. I had enough product left (and actually received a second sample to test). My nighttime skincare routine was the same as usual. 1) DHC Cleansing Oil - Buy from YesStyle | Buy from Amazon 2) Micellar Water (for eye makeup) 3) Rosette Cleansing Paste Sea Clay Smooth - Buy From YesStyle  | Buy from Amazon I used my PMD Clean (from CAUSEBOX) to wash my face. I've been loving this device, se

[Life in Korea] Doing Laundry in Korea - Korean Laundry Machines

How to do laundry in Korea? I thought back to what were some of my most pressing questions when I first moved to Korea, I remembered that laundry was one of those things that I was the most concerned about. Moving to and Living in Korea Series! Part 1: Packing for study/living in Korea  |  Part 2: Getting a Phone in Korea Part 3: Doing Laundry in Korea  |  Part 4: Using your air conditioner in Korea Laundry is important!

[Life in Korea] Part 4: How to operate air conditioner (Remote + Translations)

How to use Korean air conditioning? I saw a post on Facebook the other day asking for translations of the air conditioning remote and I realized that I've never made a post about it! So, here it is! How to use Korean air conditioner (Korean air con)