You may have trouble finding Seoul Gom Tang II, since the sign is in Korean — look for the LCD sign in the window of a tiny building on the corner of MacArthur and Telegraph. Almost everyone in the restaurant is Korean, too, and they’re all sitting in front of mammoth bowls of noodles. The steaming bowls are filled with gut-warming beef noodle soup, and the shallow ones with condensation around the rim hold iced buckwheat noodles in chilled beef broth, a summer favorite. Plus the kimchi is top-notch.


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