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Naeng Myun (bi bin or mul)

demigodh May 15, 2009 08:21 AM

any suggestions for K-town? trying to get this for lunch today.

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    ExFlexitarian May 15, 2009 09:27 AM

    I like Seoul Garden's. Plus they have the naeng myun + kalbi special for the more voracious appetites. Man cannot live on carbs alone.

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    1. re: ExFlexitarian
      bigjeff Jun 29, 2009 09:20 AM

      awesome tip on that combo; will go for that today. bibim naengmyun plus kalbi sounds perfect.

      1. re: bigjeff
        janethepain Jun 29, 2009 10:10 AM

        I was in Ktown yesterday because I, too, was craving naeng myun. I think Won Jo also has that combo.

        I ate hwe naeng myun (bibim naeng myun with the marinated skate) at Shilla yesterday, wasn't bad. Banchan could have been better though.

        1. re: janethepain
          bigjeff Jun 29, 2009 12:31 PM

          ya that combo looks popular, saw it at chongmoroo.

          just had it at seoul garden, $14.95 during lunch for decent portions of both; the bibim naengmyun was hella clumpy! even with my vigorous stirring; sauce was extremely sweet and, they didn;t have a hwe-naeng-myun combo (which would have been too much anyway, but that's my fave); thought it was ok but not special. banchan were kinda wack, esp. the cabbage kimchi.

          shilla was the last place I had the hwe-naeng-myun (about 3 weeks ago); I found the noodles to be way skinny; it was ok also, not great.

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