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E-Jo Korean Restaurant

After watching a whole series of a Korean show, I was craving Korean food (people were eating in every episode!).  I decided to go to E-Jo Korean Restaurant mainly because of its location near Downtown.

A small menu compared to other Korean restaurants I've been to

I wish I could translate this...

We were given small dishes (banchan) to accompany our meals:
 kimchi, which are fermented vegetables and Korea's
national dish, scissors to cut them, and green chili peppers (not spicy).

The wall showcasing some of their signature soups
 including The Hangover Soup!  I wonder if it really helps...

The Hand-Made Noodle Soup- this soup had a subtle taste (there were spices on
the side to add to more to my liking) and the noodles were soft.
This was definitely a comfort food to me!

This Korean pancake had a lot of vegetables
inside and I liked the sauce that accompanied it.
I recommend eating this if you enjoy
eating fried foods!

My craving for Korean food was finally satisfied and I look forward to trying their other soups next time!

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