Korean Ramyun Is a Must for Noodle Obsessives | Food Skills
- Published on Nov 27, 2017
- Japanese ramen bars are all over NYC. But there's another noodle style that's poised to take the city by storm: Korean ramyun. Inspired by the cult status of Korean instant noodles, chef Douglas Kim set out to create a bowl of ramen that captures the culture of the country. At Jeju Noodle Bar in Manhattan, diners are greeted with chewy, slurp-able noodles; thick, pork-based soup; and an assortment of Korean-inspired toppings like kimchi and gochujang. Jeju's ramyun offers a chef-driven spin on your favorite freeze-dried noodle packs.
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