A combination of Chinese characters for "heart," "meat," "noodles" and "restaurant" make up the four-syllable name Jeongyukmyeonche. The cozy space, which only offers bar seating facing the open kitchen, is the brainchild of a group of friends who wanted to launch an eatery that focuses on a wide array of noodle dishes. Although Chinese and Southeast Asian flavors dominate the menu at present, the owners say the plan is to eventually introduce noodle dishes from other cultures as well. Signature dishes include beef noodle soup and noodles dressed with zhi ma jiang, a savory paste made with crushed sesame seeds.
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