Visited Hwa Ryong with a Korean/Chinese and learnt that black bean sauce noodles come in two categories: mix your own or pre-mixed. I don’t know the difference in Korean for the two categories, but the trick with the menu here at least is that the ones that mention dry noodle (like what we got) will serve the noodles and the sauce separately so you can mix it yourself at the table. The other kind would have the sauce already mixed / cooked together with the noodles before plating up and serving. Does it make a difference to the final taste? I have no idea…
Anyways our group of 4A+1C shared 4 dishes for a pretty satisfying feed. Other than the bibimbap which didn’t stand out as much for me, I would be happy to have any of the other dishes again. I did find the bibimbap pretty spicy, and it was nice to nibble on some of the complimentary pickled daikon to help cool the mouth down. My only other regret is not visiting sooner, cos I realised afterwards that prices for all the dishes we had are up $1-3 compared to a menu I saw from last year.
* Deep fried sweet & sour pork, med $25
* Deep fried chicken with garlic & chilli sauce, $28
* Black bean sauce dry noodle with seafood, $17
* Korean fusion bibimbap, $18
With this visit I’ve now tried 3 of the Korean eateries in this complex, but still have a 4th on my list for another time! Loving the variety of options here even within the one cuisine👍 See less
... See all