The flavor of gyoza is disappointing. The broth of noodle is tasteless. But those are the only very limited menu options. I don't know how it is so popular, but I'm not coming back again.
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Its full of flavor, meaty noodle soup. Might encounter lionh que at the entrance but que gets short very soon. You get garlic kimchi as side dish, its strong but goes very well with the soup. You order on the table and need to pay...More
My husband and I went to Myeongdong Kyoja restaurant after watching the Nanta show in Myeongdong (which was fun to watch). The noodle soup and dumplings were delicious but there definitely was a sense of rush in the restaurant. We had to order our food...More
The noodle is quite big for just one person. We should have ordered 1 and share it (so we can try other menus :P). The dumpling was also very nice, meat tasted more than the skin/flour part :) very sweet and savory. The restaurant is...More
The place is many decades old and still popular among both local and international foodies. The noodle soup and dumplings pairs so well and their freshly made gimchi is also very impressive. Only one downside, gimchi is great but beware it's all garlic that makes...More
Everyone here order the dumplings and noodle soup. There’s only 4 items on the menu. Dumplings 10 pcs and 3 types of noodles. But you’ve got to try it if you’re in the area. It’s one of the best dumplings you’ll ever try, If not...More
I come here every time I visit Seoul and the quality of the kalguksu and the kimchi remains as high today as it was 20+ years ago. The broth is delicious, the noodles silky soft and the little dumplings included in every bowl are just...More