Categories beer and food Snacks to beer Snacks to Beer: Sea Laver!? Post author By Boak & Bailey Post date 2nd September 2010 7 Comments on Snacks to Beer: Sea Laver!? Tags korea ← Stein's, Richmond → Autumn: apples and smoke 7 replies on “Snacks to Beer: Sea Laver!?” I am comforted by the idea that this is original but a little threatened by the martial arts level assurance that the package provides. Loading... Ahh, they were advertising these in the Old Justice, but when I tried to buy a packet the chap behind the bar couldn’t find any! He even went upstairs to ask the landlord, but to no avail. Loading... I’ve had this. It’s lovely stuff. Much better for you than pork scratchings too, I should think. Loading... Alan — if this wasn’t a beer blog, it might well be a Japanese/Korean/Chinese food packaging blog. I can spend hours in a Japanese supermarket just marvelling at the packaging on noodles. Little fellas doing martial arts while holding chopsticks are a staple. Kake — if you’re keen to try it, the Loon Fung Supermarket on Gerrard Street is where I picked my packet up. Barm — yes, it has about one tenth of the calories of scratchings. Yikes. Loading... Oh, they also sell it in the Vietnamese supermarket five minutes’ walk from my house 🙂 I rather like it. I was so excited to be able to buy it in a pub, though, that it was quite disappointed when I was thwarted! Loading... They do a lot of good beer snacks in Russia, same style of packaging but with dried salted squid rings, small fish and other meats. In fact I’ve just found some in the cupboard, thank’s for the reminder, no Tinkoff’s left to drink with them though, sob. Loading... […] https://boakandbailey.com/2010/09/02/snacks-to-beer-sea-laver/ […] Loading... Comments are closed.