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Kum Ryong

Map & Directions 30 W. 32nd St.
New York, NY 10001
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Manhattan's vibrant Koreatown has been infilling with all the subsidiary cuisines that you used to have to travel to Flushing for. Kum Ryong specializes in cha chiang mein, the square noodles brought by Chinese refugees to Korea after World War II. The noodle maker twirls and slaps the starch ropes from which they're made right in the front window. Ask for "noodles with special brown sauce," and receive them with an inky onion sauce. Apart from noodles, stick with other northern Chinese stuff, like Mongolian beef-tender, sautéed strips of meat hounded by masses of scallions.

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  • Beba2sweet on 08/10/11

    Great place where students of aLL ages gain the ability to develop the skiLLs such as math, Reading etc..

  • Margaret F. on 02/07/13

    Visit the Kumon University Museum

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  • Noodle Wizardry

    Thwap! Thwap! Thwap! The dude in the window slaps the yellowish rope of noodle dough mercilessly on the stainless-steel counter. A line of... More on Kum Ryong »

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