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ILoveBacon Jun 2, 2011 08:20 AM

Nothing beats hot, humid weather like a cold bowl of refreshing mul naengmyun (Korean noodles in cold broth). But since I haven't found a good version of dried, refrigerated or frozen versions of mul naengmyun, I would really appreciate suggestions for the best restaurants in the Baltimore area for this summertime treat. Thank you!

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    HowChowBlog Jun 14, 2011 07:57 AM

    I think I ate this Saturday at Tian Chinese Cuisine in Ellicott City. It's a Korean-Chinese place, so it may have been a different dish. (I don't remember the name, but it wsa #18.) It was an icy broth with noodles, some egg, a few slices of meat, radishes, etc. Thin noodles. Tian has started making their own noodles for black-bean noodles, but the soup had a thinner, more-glassy noodle.

    For Korean, I suggest looking down Rte 40 in Ellicott City -- Shin Chon, Lighthouse Tofu, the Korean-Chinese places like Tian, etc.

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    Shin Chon
    8801 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City, MD

    Tian
    8801 Baltimore National Pike Ste 21, Ellicott City, MD 21043

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