@Nemroz so good today, got my jang spicy and it was decadent.
Who has any intel on the spot next to Yuk Dae Jang?
The Yuk itself wAs great today. Easy outdoor slurping
It’s a chain from Korea specializing in seollongtang and other beef soups. It’s probably legit like most of these chains coming from Korea.
Have you had Sulga on Beverly near Western?
Nope! Looks good thanks. By Noshi
Try the gomtang and knee cap soup. If you have room the cold noodles in kimchi-beet broth is also good. Great place it’s actually one of my favorites for Korean soup.
Spicy yam noodles too.
and does the girl feed you?
or is that extra?
oh my… thank you for keeping internet weird
no reports? a korean versed friend liked it a lot… considering trying
Called last night -planning a visit in the next few weeks.
No reservations - walk-ins only.
Yesterday’s lunch: shrimp and fried dumplings from Pao Jao, soondae etc. from the soondae place. Just the shrimp dumplings (by far the best item) would have been plenty for the two of us but oh well.
“Wet-aged” my ass.
The jjajangmyeon and king mandu are the play at Pao Jao, but yes - The shrimp dumplings are really nice there too…
the best in k-town IMO. that food court is one of the few i’d suggest for a food outing.