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A restaurant famous among locals for its seared fishes and hotpot. Ordered an abalone hotpot set and stir-fry squid set, worth around 40,000 won. Can't say it was cheap but you will not be disappointed.
Pork noodle soup and kimchi was simple and delicious, but didn't think it was all that.. We only went bc the menu from the original place had options of noodle soup we can choose from, but now there is only one option they offer.
Was curious about how good this place must be that it came up as one of the top few places to eat. When you serve only one item on the menu it never goes wrong!
There was a queue when we arrived around lunch time...More
Despite waiting for 15 mins for a table and only one choice (pork noodle) on the menu, it is worth the waiting. Simple is beautiful, this shop focuses on only one thing and they manage to offer delicious noodles with excellent price (won 7000). It...More
We had arrived here exactly at opening time to our suprise we saw it was already full and people already waiting. We spoke little Korean but reading the reviews we knew we had to try and it didn't disappoint. I made our way inside and...More
I had forgotten the name of the restaurant but had the street number. If I had forgotten the latter, there was only one restaurant on the street that was full. From reading some of the reviews, I knew what to do. The chap sat me...More
I went to the place 3 times and only had time to queue on the 3rd try (but still a 50min wait). There are no instructions in English. Just go straight in to the counter, order. If you are a foreigner, they will give you...More
My friends and I were recommended by our hotel receptionist to try the noodles which is within walking distances. We arrived at 8pm and had to wait for someone to finished before we can get a seat. We ask for a menu but was shocked...More