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Sahn Maru
OAKLAND The ceremonial drums are a hint. The Ikea tumblers clinch it.
After a stint in the Tenderloin, Sahn Maru moved over the bridge and became Koreantown's upscale
dining spot. Service is warm and some dishes are adjusted for inexperienced dinners, as with the broccoli in the japchae, stir-fried buck wheat noodles. There are plenty of authentic dishes, too, like duck bok gi (sauteed rice sticks) and go deng un gui (broiled mackerel fillet). The real knockout, though, is heuk yum so tang--black goat stew. A deep bowl of goat meat, scallions, and wild sesame leaves in a thick broth made from red-peper paste, mustard, and pulverized sesame seeds, the soup has energy-giving properities. Or maybe it's just the rush from the intoxicating banter of rich, tangy,
and spicy flavors that got the rumor started. (S.H.)
4315 TELEGRAPH AVE. (AT 43RD ST.), (510) 653-3366. $-$$. W(1/05)
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