It's easy to lose your taste in the humid heat these days, so eating cold soba noodles with salty, savory soba broth is a great way to get through the hot summer with a refreshing flavor that refreshes your heart. The Japanese style âsoba,â which is eaten by dipping soba noodles in a rich broth, and the Korean style âcold soba,â where noodles are mixed with plenty of radish and green onions, are all delicious. Let's take a look at the 5 best cold noodle restaurants in Seoul.
1. Buckwheat eaten while standing in line, and mullet 'Mongil'
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A momil noodle specialty store located between Mullae Station and Sindorim Station. You can enjoy a meal in a small space with an industrial sensibility. I was impressed by the refreshing and refreshing flavor of the broth, and we added a variety of vegetables, fruits, mushrooms, and dried bonito flakes, then added homemade wheat soy sauce to the broth and slowly cooled it for 24 hours. They tried to differentiate themselves in a luxurious way by adding toppings such as plump and salty prawns and sea urchin roe. There's almost always a wait, so it's a good idea to check before visiting.
â²Location: 34, Dorim-ro 125-gil, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11:30 to 21:00 (B/T 15:30 – 17:00), Sunday 11:30 to 17:00, closed on Mondays and Tuesdays twice a month (see Instagram for holidays)
â²Price: Cold mother meal 10,000 won, sweet prawn steak meal 15,000 won, sea urchin cold mother meal 20,000 won
â²Review (A healthy mind is a good body): I was wondering if the sea urchin and shrimp paste would taste good, but they are a perfect match. A taste you want to eat every day. The taste makes me understand why the waits are so long!
2. Apgujeong's 'Apgujeong Haru', a Korean-style cold mother meal that brings back memories
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A cold wheat specialty store that opened in 1999 and even opened department stores and food courts. The wheat broth is boiled for 3 hours every morning with bonito flakes, anchovies, kelp, onions, vegetables, and soy sauce, and cooled, and the noodles are picked directly every morning, and have a chewy texture. The refreshing yet deep flavor of the soup has a faint acidity that makes you keep picking up a spoon.
â²Location: 56, Eonju-ro 172-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 11:30 – 21:30 every day (B/T 16:00 – 17:00)
â²Price: Naengmomil 9,000 won, panmo wheat 9,000 won, cold udon 9,000 won
â²Review (Shikishin 531337): I definitely wanted to go here because every time I went to Apgujeong Rodeo, there were lots of people lining up!! Cold buckwheat noodles were really cold rice for life; there was a reason they were famous for being cool and comfortable in the mouth.
3. Gwanghwamun's 'Gwanghwamun Mijin', the number one famous cold mother meal in the entire country
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Since opening in 1954, this wheat specialty store has preserved the Gwanghwamun area with its consistent taste. It is located in Pimaggol, Exit 1 of Jonggak Station, and is easily accessible. The biggest advantage of noodles is that they can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, such as cold soba, warm soba, and bibimsoba. The broth made with 14 ingredients and the elastic noodles made from soba brought from Gangwon go well together. There are many long-time regulars with its clean and clean taste.
â²Location: 19, Jong-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 10:30 – 21:00 every day
â²Price: Cold soba 11,000 won, bibimbap soba 11,000 won, hot soba 11,000 won
â²Review (Dajin Kim, the god of food): Just, this place is just simple. Bak, rice cake, soba rice crackers, noodles, yakiniku soup… It's just all delicious. No matter what you order, I'm sure there won't be anything you won't be able to eat because you're full, and you won't be able to eat because it's not tasty.
4. âSubaruâ in Bangbae, a place where you can fully enjoy the taste of soba
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This is a Japanese-style soba specialty restaurant that is eaten lightly dipped in tsuyu. After passing through the fresh, saturated blue exterior, the clean interior with its reverse charm is impressive. The highlight of this place is ânoodles.â You can feel the rough surface of the soba yet it feels soft, and when you chew it, it has a chewy yet savory flavor. âDuck soba,â which is eaten by dipping noodles in a seasoned broth made with duck meat simmered with tsuyu, is also a delicacy.
â²Location: 7, Bangbaejungang-ro 21-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 11:30 – 21:00 every day (B/T 15:00 – 17:30), closed on Mondays
â²Price: Zaru soba 16,000 won, perilla oil soba 19,000 won, duck soba 23,000 won
â²Review (Kimhaku Gin): It's worth going. You can get the taste of Japanese soba by adjusting the ratio of wheat to soba at 2:8. They're all good, but the most basic soba is the most popular.
5. Easy to visit soba restaurant, âSobakuâ from Achasan
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A soba restaurant located near Achasan Station. There are bar table-shaped seats, so it's perfect for a single meal. The broth has a clean, clean feel and goes well with homemade noodles. There are Korean-style cold soba rolled in plenty of broth, Japanese-style soba eaten by dipping cock in tsuyu, and warm onsoba that you can enjoy to your heart's content. I recommend pairing it with the deep-fried chicken dish âTorikara.â
â²Location: 650 Cheonho-daero, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 11:50 – 21:00 every day (B/T 15:00 – 17:00)
â²Price: Cold soba 8,000 won, zaru soba 8,000 won, onsoba 8,000 won, torikara 6,500 won
â²Review (Shikigin's ham): It's a good cold soba restaurant, and it's a place where people always line up to eat. The store is small and crowded. The cold soba offers a tsuyu that goes perfectly with the crisp noodles.
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