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mickeyj Oct 7, 2006 04:32 PM

I walked past a new restaurant (forget the name) on the north side of Bloor, a few shops east of Manning, and saw a spanking-new restaurant (looked very stylish) advertising "Korean-style" Chinese food. Any one been? Reviews?

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    Jax Oct 21, 2006 12:34 AM

    Korean style Chinese is pretty good. Jjajjangmyoen (noodles with black bean sauce) is particularly popular. I'm hoping to hit it this weekend!

    1. jennjen18 Oct 8, 2006 01:14 AM

      I've actually seen a resto like that, but near Steeles and Yonge. I cant remember the name, but it definitely advertises itself as "korean style chinese."

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        Blueicus Oct 8, 2006 06:00 AM

        The large Korean supermarket north of Steeles on Yonge has a food court that has a Korean-style Chinese booth. I'm curious about trying it.

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          Foodie_gal Oct 26, 2006 09:53 PM

          You should try their food. The supermarket is called Galleria. Their Jajangmyon is the best one I've ever had. I will also recommend Gam Ja Tang (Pork Bone Soup).

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        qtxniki Oct 7, 2006 06:44 PM

        depends on your definition of chinese food. korean chinese food is different in the same way 'canadian-chinese' just tastes different. dont go expecting typical chinese food.

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