Chamnamoo Korean Restaurant + Others

Here’s another post that combines visits to several establishments.

Some time ago, I was in Langley and re-visited Chamnamoo Korean Restaurant on 88 Avenue in Walnut Grove. “Chamnamoo,” by the way, apparently means “oak tree,” and this establishment offers traditional Korean dishes.

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I had their Galbi-Tang, which was tender beef short ribs served with veggies and egg in beef bone broth. I found that the beef wasn’t as tender as advertised. I would say, overall, it was quite ordinary; the soup wasn’t particularly sweet.

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Just like other traditional Korean restaurants, Chamnamoo serves side dishes in addition to the meal.

The next restaurant that I went to a while back was Jun Sushi at Alderbridge Place in Richmond – but it has since closed down.

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Since Jun Sushi no longer exists, there’s not much point in talking about the food/service, but let’s just say it was one-and-done for me because they were just too slow with everything they did. Oh well, at least there are some pictures from that lone visit.

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Here’s some Wings from the local Church’s. They’re way better than KFC’s, that’s for sure.

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Finally, some take-out from Miyako Sushi (East Hastings and Nanaimo in Vancouver), where the service was mediocre. Anyway, the staff there weren’t Japanese; they spoke Chinese.

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Will post more items soon!

 

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