24 Hour Ramyeon
Hangover heaven, this tiny diner serves only three Japanese noodle dishes which you choose from by putting 6,000W into a vending machine, then giving your food token to one of the cooks behind the wooden bar, there are no waiters here. The cooks will quickly prepare your meal from scratch.
There is no English labelling, but the first choice is a seafood dish with piles of mussels in the spicy red broth. The second dish is an army stew of sorts with chopped up hot dogs, which I wouldn’t recommend. The third is a delicate little tofu dish with lots of chewy rice cakes and spring onions, but not an ounce of spice.
24 Hour Ramyeon is an old-fashioned looking place – just a long wooden bar where diners sit and slurp their noodles, but it’s fun. Make the most of all the offerings included with your dish. There is white bread and toasters along the bar, along with peanut butter and jam. Help your self to much as you like, and to the boiled eggs, which you can dip in salt and devour. There is also plenty of rice, kimchi, pickled radish, Pepsi and lemonade. Definitely a joint for gourmands rather than gourmets, I love this place.
24 Hour Ramyeon is on the first floor of the shopping centre, facing opposite Frisbee Apple store.
No English is spoken.