2nd Floor Ampang Point Shopping Centre
daily in the workshop Gwen was badly in need of a wash. Our usual
lunchtime destination that killed two birds with one stone (have lunch while Gwen had her bath) was closed for the day due to a major
festival being celebrated at the temple next door.
around, we stopped by a bank in the vicinity so that I could take care of some
bills at the self-serve terminal. Since Ampang Point was barely a block away,
we decided to have lunch there instead. I had black bean noodles on my mind and
we found ourselves here at Gomonae.
|small and unassuming|
|busy weekend |
is limited, and on a weekend it can be a challenge. We however manage to ease
ourselves into a couple of seats (no mean feat considering my hardly diminutive
frame) and proceeded to order the dishes that had perked our interest for a
while now. 1Jja Jang Myun is a dish heavily featured in most Korean
dramas and I simply had to order this. Cat meanwhile was fascinated that
noodles could be served cold (with ice cubes!) and ordered the 2Mul Naeng
1A noodle dish topped with a thick sauce made of chunjang (a salty
black soybean paste), diced pork and vegetables, and sometimes also seafood.
2Long and thin handmade buckwheat noodles served with a cold soup
with the noodles contained in broth made from beef, chicken or dongchimi
|I had this|
|well worth the hype, but the price?|
|Cat was fascinated with this|
|very generous portions|
|dying to dig in|
|free flowing green tea on the house|
The Jja Jang Myun was RM14 a bowl
while the Mul Naeng Myun was RM16. I thought my noodles were well worth the
hype and Cat agreed that her cold noodles were pretty good (and served in very
generous portions too). Having said this, we also agreed that this was not
sometime we would be repeating anytime soon, as this was a onetime thing and the
Korean noodles were merely a novelty to be tried once.
looked at from a different perspective the total of RM30 (our Green Tea was on
the house and free-flowing) was actually within the realms of the everyday food
for the everyday person. Despite the justification however, we cannot fathom ever again paying double
digits for a bowl noodles.
my favorite restaurant ever..hehehe...I'm really enjoying the foods here :DReplyDelete