Spicy Thick Noodle Soup boosts hangover recovery by 1500%

Anmok Bada Restaurant

๐Ÿ“ 148, Seongdeok-ro, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do, Republic of Korea

โฐ Monday to Sunday 11:00 – 19:00 (Closed on Thursdays) Break Time 14:50 – 17:00

๐Ÿ“• Spicy Thick Noodle Soup 8,000 won

๐Ÿ“• Spicy Thick Noodle Soup double portion 9,000 won

๐Ÿ“• Buckwheat Crepe 8,000 won

โ€ปMenu/prices are subject to change

Hangover chasing Effect Boosted by 1500%. If you’re a fan of Jangkalguksu (Spicy Thick Noodle Soup), a trip to Gangneung is a must. The vibe here is unique โ€“ it’s a renovated hanok. As you step in, you’ll be greeted by a serious-faced elderly lady ready to take your order. It adds to the charm, but can also feel a bit eerie, especially after dark. Conveniently located near Anmok Beach, parking is readily available.

The soup packs a punch with its thick, spicy goodness. It’s touted to provide a whopping 1500% hangover relief โ€“ perfect for those recovering from a night of indulgence. But don’t worry, even if you’re not big on alcohol, it’s still a satisfying bowl. Personally, I find the spice level just right, enough to warm you up without overwhelming your taste buds. But if you prefer it milder, just ask.

The noodles are hearty and have that homemade touch, reminiscent of grandma’s hand-kneaded goodness. Trust me, they’re far from dry. And despite the generous portion, if you’re feeling adventurous, roll up the noodles with some rice for a delightful twist.

And let’s not forget about the buckwheat pancake, infused with flavorful kimchi. Its tanginess perfectly complements the chewy buckwheat. Feeling the heat from the Jangkalguksu? Pop a piece of buckwheat jeon in your mouth for instant relief. Oh, and if you find yourself in Sokcho, don’t miss out on restaurant Noodle Office โ€“ it’s a whole different experience.

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