This great little Japanese ramen noodle place in Beomeo serves 3 types of noodle dishes, Donkoch Ramen, Spicy Ramen and Cho-Sin Ramen as well as fried dumplings. They also sell Asahi (Japanese beer.)
If you’re feeling bold the Cho-Sin Ramen is very spicy but also delicious (so I’m told!)
Prices are very reasonable and they also have an English menu (see below).
Directions: This restaurant is located in 범어 (Beomeo), which is a 15-20 minute walk over the bridge from Yangsan E-Mart. A taxi costs around ₩3000, just say to the driver, “Beomeo Dunkin Donut-uh.” Walk straight down the street to the left of Dunkin Donuts then take your next left. Walk straight until you see Eve Bar on your left. Sasayaki is opposite this bar.
Posted on February 4, 2016, in Eat, Japanese food and tagged Beomeo, 사사야키, Japanese Ramen, Japanese Ramen Yangsan, Sasayaki, Yangsan Beomeo, Yangsan restaurants. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.