Korean restaurant in southwest Koreatown where Alexander Skarsgard had lunch on March 20, 2013
Yoocheon is Korean restaurant whose specialty is chik naeng-myeon (cold noodles with the main ingredient being arrowroot, not the usual buckwheat).
O Jang Dong is Korean restaurant whose specialty is NAENGMYEON (“cold noodles”), frequently spelled as nengmyun, naengmyeon, neng myun, naeng myeon, neangmyun… Two main types of naengmyeon: 1. Mul 2. Bibim Assorted ingredients with the naengmyeon include raw skatefish. Other menu items: – Samgyetang – Yukgaejang – Bindaetteok – Mandu – Haemul Pajeon Cross street is Ardmore.
Poorly rated Korean eatery within the food court on the third floor of Koreatown Galleria. Different from the Kang Seo Myun Oak restaurant on Westmoreland. Menu focuses on naengmyeon (cold noodles) such as bibim-naengmyeon, hwe-naengmyeon, and mul-naengmyeon. Also has galbi-tang and a combo of naengmyeon and pork bulgogi.
Hamheung Hwaegwan (함흥회관) moved from their 8th & Ardmore location in April 2011. Now located on Olympic and Harvard. Korean restaurant known for their naengmyun (“cold noodles”), particularly the house special with skate-wing fish. *Hamhŭng is North Korea’s second-largest city and famous for its naengmyŏn that’s different from that of Pyongyang.
Inside the food court of Koreatown Plaza. Specialties: naengmyeon (“cold noodles”), kalguksu (“knife noodles”), kong-guksu (noodles in soymilk)