Japanese people adore Korean food, although their version tends to be milder and sweeter than the original dishes. Behind Pyon Pyon Sya's cheery exterior is quality ramen, based on the Korean favorite, naengmyeon. The noodles are elastic and chewy in texture and are served in delicious broths, which you can heat up by adding some house kimchi. It's cheap and cheerful and filling and an excellent way to cool down on a hot Tokyo summer's day.
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