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Stopped in here on a Monday night and wasn't busy, so no issue with seating. Ordered Jajangmyun and Tangsooyuk. Thought the food was good and hearty overall. I should have asked them to put the sauce for the tangsooyuk on the side. You'll understand if Won't return: bland and over priced. The shrimps NEED bath - cleaning. We set to dine at another restaurant but someone in our group didn't want buffet.
IT was a particularly disappointing rendition of jjajangmyun that set my friend off. A restaurant in Manhattan had sparked but not sated her craving for this Korean-Chinese dish of noodles in an oniony black bean sauce. So with a list of Korean restaurants in northeastern Queens and her nice car, we set out to slurp our way along Northern Boulevard and look for a place that would satisfy. Jjajangmyun has roots in China, but Korean cooks have adopted it and made it their own. At Korean-Chinese restaurants in New York, just about every table has a bowl of jjajangmyun on it, along with two other dishes that make up the triumvirate that groups of diners always seem to order: a seafood noodle soup in a bright red broth called jjam ppong and a plate of crispy deep-fried pork or chicken served in a sticky sweet sauce that is almost stiff with cornstarch.