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Old 05-15-2014, 08:36 PM   #1
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Korean Cold Spicy Noodles

Where are the best in Van?

Jang Mo Jib and Cho Sun doesn't cut it. I'm talking about a restaurant that specializes it.

I've had an awesome one in Aldergrove/Langley years ago, but I don't remember the name, nor will I drive all the way out there for it.
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oh there is a place in burquitlam that serves mostly just this noodle.. i can't remember the name

also.. the one at h-mart foodcourt (the one inside aberdeen) is pretty decent.
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in burquitlam, there is Kim Bab cheonguk

Pretty good place for cold noodles
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^ this place so good

Kimbab Cheonguk ???? - Burquitlam - Coquitlam | Urbanspoon
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Aka Kimbap Heaven lol
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Korean food is so easy to make at home.. what's this dish called, I'd like to try it
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Korean food is so easy to make at home.. what's this dish called, I'd like to try it
Depends what you're cooking though, some can be quite complex. If you want a full-blown authentic Korean meal at home, the sides dishes alone require at least 8 dishes, with some requiring days/weeks to prep.
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Is Won Jo still around? That place (on North Road) was excellent for Korean noodles. Granted I haven't been back in years but it was awesome
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^Yes its still around. It's the only Korean place I eat at in Coquitlam.

Sadly I think they've reduced the serving size and removed the octopus they have on one of their BBQ dish's I would always order
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Depends what you're cooking though, some can be quite complex. If you want a full-blown authentic Korean meal at home, the sides dishes alone require at least 8 dishes, with some requiring days/weeks to prep.
Yeah not interested in a full blown authentic meal... Just the good stuff

Anyone figure out what this is called so I can google it?
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I love that cold Korean noodle in that milky soy broth too. OH MAN!!
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Yeah not interested in a full blown authentic meal... Just the good stuff

Anyone figure out what this is called so I can google it?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jjolmyeon
Non soup based.
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Hmm, I was hoping for something a bit more substantial... a bowl of starch with some cucumbers and carrots is pretty low on the nutrition scale

Korean food is usually much better than this, with lots of beef and pork

Guess you could throw in some seafood and stuff
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What about the one with the soup?
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What about the one with the soup?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naengmyeon
This one?
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Yes that's what I am looking for, more specifically, bibim naengmyeon.
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I ate at sura on Robson on the weekend and they have both versions on special. I'll update with a pic of the menu when I get home.
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