Ramyun Ramyun

Replacing Koszyki’s disappointingly watered-down version of a famers’ market is a new street food section that already looks highly promising. Gathering about eight or nine operators together, highlights include Ramyun, a small stall specializing in Korean bites such as kimchi, ramyun noodles and baguettes filled with bulgogi. Looks great, tastes great.

Ramyun
ul. Koszykowa 63 (Hala Koszyki)

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