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Sinseon Seoulnongtang, Myeongdong, Seoul, Korea

Sinseon Seoulnongtang is a restaurant specializing in Seoulnongtang, which is ox-bone soup. A friend of mum’s recommended this restaurant and since we going to Myeongdong to shop, we thought we would check it out for lunch. There was a queue already when we got there but thankfully we didn’t have to wait too long, 15 mins max?

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The menu is really quite simple – soup and lots of it.

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All of us pretty much ordered the Seolnongtang – Australian ox bone and brisket, which came with a bowl of rice. The soup was pretty flavoursome, it wasn’t as thick as I had hoped but it was tasty. The ox bone and brisket I loved! It was the perfect meal for a cold day in Seoul!

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We also ordered dubuyachae seolnongtang – ox bone stew and boiled with tofu and vegetables. The tofu and vegetables were a nice addition and gave it that extra flavouring.

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I can’t remember how many serving of this dumpling we ordered – 4 I think, and I am pretty sure I ate 4 dumplings in one sitting. It is undoubtedly the BEST dumpling I have had. Filled with pork and vegetables, the dumpling was moorish and juicy. It was so hard to stop at one, or two for that matter. It was quite large which made it very filling!

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Service minimal, it’s a eat, pay when you are done kind of place so turnover is quite quick, even if there is a queue outside. Food definitely recommended, I really loved the dumplings and the soup was pretty flavoursome!

GA’s ratings: 7.5 / 10

Sinseon Seoulnongtang

3-1, Myeongdong 10-gil,

Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea

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  1. June 10, 2014 at 9:58 am

    This is my favourite restaurant for seolleongtang!! but I think the Myeong-dong location isn’t the best. Geared more for tourists, so the quality is not as high. Try one in a non-touristy area, and I think you’ll find the broth much richer and more flavourful. :)

  2. June 12, 2014 at 2:23 am

    Ooh I love oxbone in all forms. The dumplings look so plump and delicious!

  3. June 13, 2014 at 8:00 am

    That dumpling looks amazing. want.

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