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Jang Mo Jib – Vancouver, Robson

August 19th, 2010 · No Comments

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This place is busy and popular with the Korean crowd particularly after 7pm so either arrive early or make a reservation. It is nothing special inside with simple chairs and tables but the service is fast and the food is good. This is a busy place as demonstrated by the lady pile of korean side dishes getting stacked in preparation for the crowds. Judging by the crowd, the most popular dish was the pork soup (pictured above) which comes served on a gas burner, which is more than enough on its own to feed 2-3 adults. The meat is tender enough to fall off the bone. Unfortunately, we were so stuffed that we could barely eat any of it after eating everything else we ordered. The sweet potato noodles were great and I am also a sucker for stone bowl (rice with vegetables, meat, egg that comes in a hot stone pot). If you want authentic Korean food, this is a place to go if the mainly Korean crowd is any indication.

Cost: $10+ for entrees but serving sizes are generous and dishes are meant to be shared

Robson Street/West End
1719 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6G
Tel: (604) 642-0712

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Tags: Asian · Korean · Vancouver

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