November 28, 2005 3

Albae’s Restaurant (Koreatown)

By in 07: Mid-Wilshire

Spicy Seafood Noodle, their signature (?) dish on banner picture. Soup good but not the seafood.
Spicy Rice bowl, so spicy that bascially a chilli sauce rice by the end.
Soy bean Cold Noodle and Bean Sauce Noodle. The soy bean cold noodle is the most cleansing and lightest tasting thing I’ve had…in fact a bit too ‘light’…too icy too. I think I’d stick to beef for Korean food.

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3 Responses to “Albae’s Restaurant (Koreatown)”

  1. seat says:

    The bean sauce noodle looks very chinese!
    But Korean food has one good thing – lots of lots of vegetables. I don’t mind salad but I can’t handle too much raw vegetables…kimchi and korean side dishes are great for me.
    I have had soyabean cold noodle before and it really was just soyabean and noodle….completely tasteless…^^;;

  2. Joan says:

    I love the bean sauce noodle very much! Possibly my favorite korean dish ^^;;;
    I’m interested to try how Korean western food is like. We are familiar with HK and JP ones…how would Korean’s be like? We tried Anjue in Korean town but the owner/chef is Japanese really so doesn’t count. There seems to be a nice looking one few blocks away, will try it soon!

  3. Freda says:

    the bean sauce noodle looks chiinese because it is supposedly ‘Chinese” dish (kinda like ramen I guess?).