261-1/ 051-783-9292, Jaeban-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan (next to Banyeo 3-dong Post Office)
Alcohol is not sold, and it is not allowed to be brought in.
When you finish ordering, the broth comes out.
I think it's similar to other noodle restaurants, but it's kind of boring.
The dumplings I ordered first because I was bored of waiting.
Even though I didn't ask them to remove the seasoning, they served it separately. Unlike other noodle restaurants, the noodles are white and less sticky, but I personally really like the noodles. When I take a sip of the broth, I am impressed by the mild yet slightly smelling meat flavor. Unlike Busan wheat noodles, which are one-size-fits-all with spice bombs and vinegar, it's wheat noodles that didn't exist in Busan.
I heard a rumor that they are good at bibimbap, but I personally don't like bibimbap, so I wasn't expecting much, but when I tasted it, it was unmistakable.
Unlike what it looks like, it's very light and clean. Personally, I felt like eating bibim-naengmyeon at high-end meat restaurants and cold noodle restaurants in Seoul. I don't worry about water and rain at cotton shops, but I think this house will often worry about it in the future.
It was really delicious and I ate it very well.