Menu: Bomal is a Jeju specialty marine mollusc. Here it is served in a very generous soup (bomalguk), or mollusc soup with hand-cut noodles (bomalkalguksu).
Taste: This hits the spot like few other dishes. The noodles have the thickness of hearty homemade fare while the dense creamy broth masks the mollusc base. A Jeju favourite - prepare to be met with glee when locals learn of your culinary knowledge - that needs to be tasted to be believed.
Interior: A no-nonsense set up. Tables and chairs plus traditional floor-dining available.
Atmosphere: Homely. Expect to be greeted warmly by this intergenerational operation. A nice mix of locals and day-trippers to the clientele.
Staff: Family-run and friendly.
Where: In the heart of Moseulpo, at the entrance to the Daejeong 5-Day Market.1067-23 Hamo-ri, Daejeong-eup, Seogwipo-si.
Contact: +82 64-794-8833
When: 10:00 - 16:00 (Bomalkalguksu only available from 11:00)
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