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