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Kuidoraku

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Time Out says

In 2010, this Japanese ramen place called Kuidoraku (쿠이도라쿠) opened up as a small restaurant with an open kitchen, a bar and two tables. Now, thanks to its popularity with students from nearby universities, it has expanded and has long lines during meal times. The tonkatsu ramen is served with chashu, bean sprouts, jelly ear mushrooms, a soft-boiled egg and leeks. The soup isn’t oily and remains just thick enough without losing that clean aftertaste. You can also get complimentary rice and soft drinks with your ramen. If you pay with cash, you’ll get a 500 won discount

Written by
Hye Won Kim

Details

Address:
103, Anam-ro
Seongbuk-gu
Seoul
02856
Contact:
02-929-9290
Transport:
Anam Station (line 6), exit 3
Price:
Tonkatsu ramen 6,000 won.
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