Called “Yeon-byeon” in the Korean pronunciation of this restaurant run by ethnic Koreans from an autonomous prefecture in the northeastern part of China.
Also called “Yian Bian” or “Yianbian” in county filings because of the Chinese pronunciation of the name.
* Please note that it no longer opens early at 6:00 am despite what the huge banner sign says. The breakfast menu on the banner is not available.
House specialty: 토종닭곰밥, aka “korean style chikin rice” — this must be ordered at least a few hours in advance.
Other popular menu items:
shrimp fried rice, beef fried rice, eggplant rice, soondae, 초당 순두부
** Has had several serious hygiene issues related to food preparation and serving.
*** Mandarin Chinese can be spoken.