Tell them that it's cheap but tasty, â2,000 won hometown restaurant kishimen noodlesâ
Add water to the fine flour.
If you feel tight after hitting something that makes a flickering sound
Press firmly until all of the air is removed
Roll it in a circle, put it in a vinyl bag, and let it rest.
If you feel a little bit of arm pain from kneading the dough
Take out the dough and spread it well on a wooden cutting board
Pull out the stick that was breaking the head of the drumfish, sprinkle it with flour, and shake it well.
Roll up the evenly spread dough again and saute it with a knife~
Do you like âcottonâ?
When you whisk with chopsticks, put in a bite, and roll up a âslurpâ of noodles, your mouth feels full. In a survey not long ago, Korea was ranked as the country that eats the most noodles in the world, and the Korean people's love for noodles was shown numerically (?) It also happened. Is it inherent in the DNA of Koreans that they like noodles?
In these cold days when the weather often falls below zero, what comes to mind even more is kishimen noodles with a hot, deep soup. When I think about that white side that has just been cooked and is steaming, it automatically makes my mouth feel like saliva. No one, young or old, didn't like kishimoku at this time of year.
Nowadays, it's easy to see how noodles are boiled, such as jemul-noodle or kanjin noodle soup, or kishimen noodles that cost 10,000 won per bowl based on the depth of the soup, but I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels even more excited about kishimoku noodles made by sprinkling seaweed powder in anchovy broth. So I prepared it. Today's Hyeja Gourmet Road is a 2,000 won kishimen noodles loved by people in Mangwon Market. It's my hometown house.
Mangwon Market with a nostalgic face
After passing through the bustling market…
The sign that says âKishimasu 2,000 wonâ is perfect!
There are also terrace seats available (there are many seats you can sit inside)
âBusy, busyâ busy kitchen
Even during the daytime on weekdays, Mangwon Market is bustling with people who come to see the market. After passing through lots of attractions that tempt customers on the way, such as colorful fruits and various foods, you can find a hometown house in a small alley outside the market. The white signboard with the inscription âKishimasu 2,000 wonâ is visible from afar.
What a fever! If kishimen is 2,000 won, it's like looking at the price ten years ago, right? When you walk through the shabby exterior and open the door, you'll see a larger and more comfortable interior than you'd expect. It also has its own terrace, so when there's not enough space, I can sit here and get ready to eat. (The terrace seats are covered with plastic, but apparently it's cold, so no one is there.) The interior is foggy with the warmth that people exude along with the steam from the kitchen where food is cooked. The outside is awfully cold and the interior is foggy. I feel like I can eat proper kishimen noodles!
The interior is full of people. What's surprising is that around 30% of our guests are foreigners. Seeing blue-eyed people huddle together and inhale kishimen noodles, sujebi, and bean sprout rice makes me feel amazing.
What a fever! Is the price of 2015 correct?
When I saw the menu, I was amazed at such a low price that I doubted â2015's _common_restaurant_price.jpgâ. I wonder if the paper that was rewritten and pasted on white paper may have fallen off… Or is my eyesight worth 2,000 won… It's the same price even if you think about it for a while and open your eyes again!
Like yakiniku soup, where I couldn't find the shape of meat in mulgun soup when I was a student, I ordered food while worrying about how many strands of noodles would come out of the mulgun soup. aunt! Here's a kishimbap and a bean sprout bibimbap!
2,000 won kishimen
The amount is huge!
Contrary to concerns, the amount of kishimen noodles was sufficient for one meal. It looks like kishimen noodles simmered in anchovy broth, and sorghum with green onions, seaweed, and sesame seeds as garnishes. If you scoop out the soup first and taste it, the salty flavor of the anchovy broth comes into your mouth and makes you want to eat the noodles quickly.
The noodles are medium in flavor, not the smooth style of Andong Guksi or the thick, chewy texture of Seohae clam noodles. Since it is kneaded with a little bit of soybean flour, it is a style that breaks easily if you gently pour it over and break it off.
The noodles were cooked very well. It's the kind of noodles that even children and the elderly can eat comfortably. I also think that a popular kishimen noodle shop in a market alley should have this side.
For those who like a slightly more chewy texture, I also recommend the nearby âRed Bean Hand Knife Noodle.â Like Mangwon Market, which is a good value for money, they sell a bowl of Sonkal noodles for 3,000 won. There is a slight difference in the texture of the noodles when the dough is cut by hand, and this hometown house cuts it with a machine. (Considering the price, both houses are impeccable. ^^;)
Simple bean sprout bibimbap (2,500 won)
Pretend to be the sauce and put it up~
The Three Musketeers of Marinade, Radish, and Kimchi provided at every table
If you grate it and eat it, it tastes like honey
The next dish I tried was bean sprout bibimbap. This menu is also 2,500 won! It's really nice because it's an affordable price even if you order several. It's a simple look with rice, boiled bean sprouts, and seaweed on the +_+ stainless steel spoon. It's a method of adding a little bit of soy sauce sauce provided at each table and grating it. Looking at the surrounding tables, the method of putting in raw radish leaves and grating them together is also popular.
The Hyeja Gourmet Road Team tried it in a classic way and gracefully. Add only soy sauce and seasoning, and I hear the sound of the spoon colliding with the stainless steel bowl is pleasant. Try turning the cutlery around to make rice balls so that the bean sprouts don't drip, then take a big bite. The savory flavor of salty soy sauce and sesame oil. The crunchy flavor of bean sprouts. If you eat it when you just have no appetite, it tastes like the bean sprout bibimbap of the Devil Seong that made you empty a bowl.
I feel good when I'm hungry; I visited the market after a long time, so I was able to go shopping with the money I had left over, so two birds with one stone! Take advantage of the market economy~ Mangwon Market where you can eat at a reasonable price~ Why don't you go out with a sturdy shopping cart this weekend?
Address: 28, Poeun-ro 8-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul (414-20 Mangwon 1-dong)
Menu: Kalguksu 2,000 won, perilla handmade noodles, bean sprout gukbap 3,000 won
Business hours: 10:30 ~ 21:00
A one-line evaluation of Shikigane: affordable prices, varied menus, even flavors.. Beautiful on all sides!
Hyeja Index: 9 points!