Oh Geul Boh Geul

I’ve been to this restaurant many times over the past 6 years. It’s as established as Sapporo Sushi and Owl of Minerva in the neighbourhood of Yonge Street between Shepperd Ave and Finch Ave. My high school Korean friend first recommended this restaurant to me. In this neighbourhood, if you want pork bone soup you go to Owl of Minerva and if you want soon tofu you go to Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu and for everything else there’s Oh Geul Boh Geul!

On one side of the restaurant there are a row of wooden booths that can seat up to a group of 8. On the other side of the restaurant there are regular tables and chairs. The restaurant is quite small and there is an outdoor patio in the back although my friends and I always sit inside. The parking lot is shared with Owl of Minerva and it’s quite small.

kimchi

Oh Geul Buk Geul has the most variety of kimchi!

Most recently I went with a university friend to Oh Geul Boh Geul back in mid-June. She had the naengmyun ($10) while I had jajamyun ($8). Naengmyun is cold buckwheat noodles. Jajamyun is blackbean noodles with minced pork and cucumber slices. My friend really liked the naengmyun. She was able to finish her naengmyun while I had lots of leftovers since the variety of kimchi made me full.

Naengmyun

Naengmyun

Jajamyun

Jajamyun

If you want Korean food (excluding pork bone soup and soon tofu), I recommend this place in North York.

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