Cho Sun Ok

I’m the worst at deciding where to eat for celebrations. My mom, the birthday ‘girl’, couldn’t decide herself, so in the end we settled with a korean restaurant just north of Steeles Ave. and Yonge St.

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We were told that our wait would be around 25 minutes, but we waited for 45 minutes (which was acceptable for a Friday night).  We got our table and found out that we couldn’t order alcohol (plus we didn’t know that there was such a thing; there are notable signs about the non-alcoholic tables around the restaurant but in Korean :( ].

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As usual, there are appetizers; kimchi, pickled radishes, fish paste, cucumbers, etc. We were starving so we ordered seconds. We ordered more than we could eat (as always).

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Tangsooyook; deep fried chicken with sweet and sour sauce. There’s pork if you don’t like chicken.

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This is probably the best Korean noodles ever! Mool Naengmyun; chewy noodles in an icy broth (if your tounge is on fire, drink some broth, it’ll hands down cool you off!).

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My favourite soup is Yook Gae Jang; spicy beef soup with clear noodles.

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Bul Nak Jeongol; vegetables, squid and bulgogi stew. I would probably order  the Kimchil Jjim Jeon Gol next time, everything looks tasty!

I would definitely recommend this restaurant.  The restaurant gets really around dinner time (6pm-8:30pm), make sure you go early to get a table; don’t say I didn’t warn you! The cold noodles are a must try!

Visit the restaurant’s website here.

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