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|Since 1975, Gami has been a beloved Korean diner specializing in noodle dishes. Any local would agree that recommending just one item to try at Gami is near impossible, so we will list a few of our favorites: udong (udon), bibim-guksu (noodles with veggie, meat and spicy sauce), bajirak-cham-guksu (noodle soup with clams), gul-kalguksu (hand-rolled noodle soup with oyster), dak-kalguksu (hand-rolled noodle in chicken broth), Gaseuo Udong (Katsuo udon), jjolmyeon (chewy cold noodle), dolsot-bibimbap (bibimbap in a hot stone pot), doenjang-jjigae (soybean paste stew), and kimchi-jjigae (kimchi stew). The hand-rolled rice dishes (think onigiri) have persisted as a long standing favorite as well. And if you have room after a delicious meal, then try their shaved ice deserts, an especially refreshing treat in the summer.|
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Some menu items may differ slightly in price and are subject to change without notice.Gami Udon
Bajirak Chamguksu (hand-rolled noodle soup with clams)
Gul Kalguksu (hand-rolled noodle soup with oysters)
Bibim Guksu (noodles with vegetables and red hot pepper paste)
Jjolmyeon (chewy cold noodles)
Dolsot Bibimbap (Bibimbap in a hot stone pot)
Doenjang Jjigae (soybean paste stew)
Cheese Tteokbokki (rice cake and cheese simmered in red hot pepper paste)
Patbingsu (shaved ice with sweetened red beans)
Ttalgibingsu (shaved ice with strawberry)
Subakbingsu (shaved ice with watermelon)
Ewha Womans Univ. Station (Seoul Subway Line 2), Exit 3.
Go straight 180m towards Ewha Womans University.
Turn right onto Ewhayeodae 8-gil Road.
Gami (가미) is 30m ahead at the first.
* Note the sign is in big red Chinese characters, but you should see a sign that says “Since 1975”.