YumzYumz tried Huluruk Myeon House’s both chicken and beef ramyeon, and this is our food review for them.
To start off, what is ramyeon? Well, ramyeon is simple the Korean version of instant Japanese ramen. So essentially, it is just instant noodles.
In this case, it is instant noodles soup with marinated chicken and beef, along with some scallions, carrots, cabbage, and a soft egg.
The soup was really deep in taste, although both tasted the same, with same ingredients except for the meat, and price. Chicken and beef were acceptably tender, although quantity could be improved with a little bitsy more.
Chicken Ramyeon was $8.80 and Beef Ramyeon at $10.80. At that price, for instant noodles, and some nicely marinated meat, and in a restaurant setting with attentive customer service, it was quite reasonable for a hearty meal.
11.30am – 10pm Daily