This one is at the basement of Chevron House (previously called Caltex House) and is a choice for one of those good for a Friday-spend-more lunch. The place was decent, with a nice decor (see the photos).
The first time I went with my colleagues, one of them came back complaining about stomach pain (like gastric pain?) after her Ramyen plus egg and later followed by Soya bean milk (not from this shop). Wonder is the kimchi or is the Chinese theory of certain foods cannot be eaten together.
Another time, I had the $6 Kimchi Ramyen myself. But I couldn’t find much kimchi in it (the normal price was $4.50 for just “Ramyen”) and it wasn’t spicy at all. The noodles was like instant noodles not cooked long enough. It must be because of the piling up of orders.
There seems to be a lot of items on their menu, but other than the Jajang Romyen (meat paste) and the cold noodles, the other items on the menu doesn’t look appealing at all. Simply because they wrote the Korean names without much clear identification of what those items are (the photos just looked like soup with bits and pieces of unidentifiable food). I guess it takes a frequent customer (after many tries) to pick out the right choices.
I'd only tried eating in this restaurant once, and I'd never have a second try here!
The decor of the restaurant was ok...with many Korean ornaments. However the service was abit slow.
I ordered a kimchi ramen. I had to wait for quite a while.
The kimchi ramen cost me around $5 plus as I asked for added chicken.
When I saw the ramen, oh my goodness!
Super disappointed. There were only a few pathetic pieces of chicken which didn't have much taste. The egg was also very little. The soup did not taste good at all. The noodles was not any better. Oh ya, did I mention kimchi? The soup did not have much kimchi taste either.
I can say that my home-cooked instant noodles tastes better than this.
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