Hwagok-dong Gangseo-gu Office Pyongyang Naengmyeon 'Daedonggwan'
I wanted to go to Daedonggwan because it's close to home and the Pyongyang Naengmyeon restaurant I've heard a lot about before.
I arrived at Incheon Airport on Monday after a trip to Palau. I went straight to Pyongyang cold noodles in Brother Park Po-to's car.
When I looked for it, it looked like Ilsan was the main store, and the one in front of Gangseo-gu Office was a directly-managed store?
For parking, I used the public parking lot right next door. Parking fees are paid in cash at the store.
The menu and explanation are written on the table.
Like the title of North Korean food specialty store, along with Pyongyang cold noodles
There are fishbowl trays, yakiniku, and Pyeongan-style dumplings.
The condiments on the table.
When I ordered Pyongyang cold noodles, the aunt who saw the hall told us
He dared to let me know that the vinegar and mustard sauce were here.
The guests at the other table were quite old, but that's because they looked relatively young
I think you don't think you've tried Pyongyang Naengmyeon.
The hall staff were all cheerful and kind.
The basic dish came along with the meat I ordered. Garlic, samjang, shrimps, grated radish, pickled radish.
It's a common cold dish that usually comes from Pyongyang cold noodle houses.
Although they are not made of expensive materials, the Daedongguan logo is drawn on all of the bowls.
When I see something like this, I feel that even small parts are taken care of and are well maintained.
The inside of the hall and the tables were clean and nice overall.
Finely sliced meat.
Like Pildong Myeonok, the name meat is written on the menu.
Large Pyeongan-style dumplings.
I filled it with tofu, bean sprouts, and minced pork (beef).
The filling of the dumpling is light without a strong liver.
Brother Park Po-to, Brother Park Mabel, and Woolblack.
Park Marble-hyung says he doesn't know what Pyongyang cold noodles taste like, but
Let's all three join forces to talk about Pyongyang cold noodles and have lunch! and they came together.
Pyongyang cold noodles eaten by office workers for lunch on weekdays after returning from a trip.
It is said that the noodles are picked right after kneading in their own mill every day.
Currently, the CEO's grandfather runs Pyongyang Myeonok in Jongno to his father's illness
A restaurant where I almost lost my Mac for a while. Eight years ago, I opened Daedongguan again in the wind tunnel
It is said that it extended to a directly-managed store in front of Gangseo-gu Office. A house that has continued for 3 generations.
Nowadays, in addition to traditional famous places in Seoul, the number of good cold noodle restaurants is increasing due to the Pyongyang cold noodle craze.
It's nice to be able to enjoy delicious cold noodles close by without having to stand in line.