Thursday, February 06, 2014

Ramyun & Soju Korean Cuisine


This place bills itself as "Singapore [sic] First Korean Ramyun Restaurant" (1 Tras Link #01-03, 9436-0710). And yes, that was basically a bowl of instant noodles, which seems rather odd to be served at a restaurant. College dorm rooms seem to be the more appropriate venue for that!

But I guess it wasn't that different from the way that Teumsae Ramyeon was served at a restaurant in Seoul. Are instant noodles commonly served at restaurants in Korea? Anyway, what perhaps might be more interesting to come back for was the single serving of budae jjigae that I saw on the menu, which, I suppose also has instant noodles in it.

1 comment:

Richard Myer said...