A Chinese restaurant in Nonhyeon-dong, Gangnam. This restaurant sticks to a more purist approach of Chinese cuisine, and its price range reflects their steadfast mission. You can enjoy a variety of Chinese dishes, such as menbosha (fried sandwiches stuffed with shrimp) and yuringi (fried chicken with sour and spicy soy sauce), as well as the more pervasive dishes, such as jjamppong (Chinese-style spicy noodles with seafood).
This place felt like I was in Hong Kong with the cozy, tiny interior and especia...
This place felt like I was in Hong Kong with the cozy, tiny interior and especially with our rounded seats. I really liked the texture of the the xiaolongbao skin and the beef noodles were amazing too. It's a super tiny place but we were able to get the b
A Chinese restaurant located near Yonsei University's Severance Hospital in Sinchon. It has long been well-regarded as one of the best Chinese restaurants in Seoul for quite some time; you can enjoy Chinese spicy mussels (their signature), mapa tofu, fried rice, and white jjamppong (Chinese-style noodles with seafood).
This Korean Chinese restaurant is known for its fermented soy bean paste black bean noodles (doenjang jajangmyeon), but you can also enjoy other Chinese-style dishes, such as kkanpunggi (spicy fried chicken), tangsuyuk (sweet and sour pork), and mapa tofu (spicy tofu).
Great food, amazingly friendly staff. Just try this place if you have not. Btw, ...
Great food, amazingly friendly staff. Just try this place if you have not. Btw, limited parking. Tried 짜장면, 냉짬뽕, 물만두, 군만두, 탕수육. All very good. 군만두 was 1000 won each but these were really large 군만두 and totally tasty. Want to try 쟁반짜장 next time.