Kim Gwangbun’s Pulhyanggi Sonkalguksu boasts a taste made from 16 years of tradition in serving kal-guksu (handmade noodle soup). The menu includes haemul-kal-guksu (noodle soup with various seafood) and bajirak-kal-guksu (noodle soup with clams). One of its hidden secrets to attract people is the meat broth boiled for four to seven hours. Also, the wang-mandu (big sized dumplings) and kimchi are special points at this restaurant. To keep the best freshness, the owner, Kim Gwangbun goes to the fishery market in person to select the ingredients for the day's meals at dawn. The restaurant is comprised of one main two-story building as well as an additional building.
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Menu Représentant : Haemul kalguksu (seafood noodle soup), Bajirak kalguksu (clam noodle soup)
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Heures : 11:30-21:30
Des places de parking : Available
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Off jours : The day of Seollal (Lunar New Year's Day) & Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day)
menu Traitement : Haemul kalguksu (seafood noodle soup)
Bajirak kalguksu (clam noodle soup)
Deulkkae sujebi (Perilla seed hand-pulled dough soup)
Wang mandu (extra-large dumplings)
Dotori haemulpajeon (green onion pancake with acorn and seafood)
115, Sangdo-ro, Dongjak-gu, Seoul