Today's cold noodle was a new one for me - Korean Mul Naeng-myun!
Chewy noodles (arrowroot? buckwheat?), in a icy light broth - topped with a bit of beef, cucumbers, pickled daikon and an egg.
It was very tasty - but one thing to remember is to say "yes!" when the asked if you want your noodles cut. These noodles are tough to chew - and even though mine were cut I still felt like I needed baby-sized noodles so as not to choke to death.
I really appreciated the pickled daikon sprinkled on top, as I'm most definitely a pickle type of person - and I liked that there was actual ice in the soup to ensure that it stayed nice and cold. I tried it also with some horseradishy mustard and vinegar - the mustard I really liked as it reminded me of wasabi in soba.
Since this was my first experience with naeng-myun, I think I'll try a few more restaurants out before trying this one at home. They also make a spicy version for the brave souls that can handle the heat!