|Ojangdong Hamheung Naengmyeon (오장동 함흥냉면)|
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|Ojangdong Hamheung Naengmyeon’s feature menu item is Hamheung-naengmyeon (Pyeongyang-style chilled buckwheat noodles), a delicacy of North Korea’s Hamgyeongdo region, and has continued to receive wide popularity since 1953. Their diverse menu consists of Hamheung-naengmyeon, mul-naengmyeon (buckwheat noodles in a chilled broth), wangmandu (large steamed dumplings), and more.
Hamheung-naengmyeon is a specialty dish that was passed down from Hamgyeongdo long ago, where the cold noodles are made with starch, then mixed with red pepper paste and raw skate. If the dish is too spicy for your taste, try eating it with muchojeorim (shredded radish in vinegar) to cool your tongue. The muchojeorim is a side dish that can be refilled, free of charge.
Other popular menu items include mul-naengmyeon, bibim-naengmyeon (cold buckwheat noodles mixed with red pepper paste), and the enormously large wangmandu stuffed with meat and vegetables.
|The 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month, Seollal (Lunar New Year) & Chuseok|
Some menu items may differ slightly in price and are subject to change without notice.Hoe Naengmyeon (cold buckwheat noodles with raw fish)
Mul Naengmyeon (buckwheat noodles in chilled broth)
Bibim Naengmyeon (cold buckwheat noodles with red hot pepper paste)
Onmyeon (warm buckwheat noodles)
Hongeo Hoe (raw skate)
Suyuk (boiled beef cold cuts)
|N/A (Included in meals)|
|Maximum Seating Capacity|
|1F: 60 seats / 2F: 100 seats|
|Smoking / Non-Smoking|
|Euljiro 4-ga Station
(Seoul Subway Line 2, 5), Exit 8.
Go straight 200m and turn left onto Mareunnae-ro Road.
Go straight 120m until you see the restaurant (오장동 함흥냉면) across the street.