|bibim naeng myun|
This restaurant had a small menu consisted of noodle dishes, soups and braised short ribs (galbi jjim). I was curious with the braised short ribs but was not ready to commit to one dish by myself especially considering the price of $48. So I opted for the bibim naeng myun which is a cold noodle dish with spicy sauce. Both my friends ordered the galbi tang which is short ribs soup.
Our orders came pretty fast and so were the side dishes (banchan). The side dishes were cucumber, napa cabbage kimchee and radish kimchee. There were okay and nothing special. They did go well with the soup which was a bit bland and my noodle sauce which was on the sweet side.