New York, NY (PRWEB) August 05, 2013
miss Korea BBQ is pleased to present two new Naengmyeon variations to their menu, the Yukhoe Mul Naengmyeon and the Yukhoe Bibim Naengmyeon. Inspired by an avant garde approach while respecting traditional Korean cuisine principles, a unique summer cuisine was recently discovered in miss Korea BBQ restaurant.
Naengmyeon is a popular item during the summer season when the weather becomes unbearably hot in New York City. miss Korea BBQ has innovated new Naengmyeon dishes to add to the establishment’s already renowned noodles lineup in preparation of the warm weather ahead.
miss Korea BBQ’s Naengmyeon offerings are largely popular amongst the restaurant’s dining guests as a cold noodle dish that complements the taste of their favorite Korean BBQ meats. Naengmyeon is typically eaten as a side dish to meat or it is also consumed proceeding the main course and prior to dessert. On the other hand, Yukhoe is traditionally viewed as an appetizer dish but it was also found that seasoned raw meat (Yukhoe) produces a pleasing and synergizing taste with cold noodles. The chewy meat of Yukhoe complements the fresh tasting ingredients of Naengmyeon while adding extra flavor to its broth.
Yukhoe is often viewed as an exotic Korean cuisine that is served as a julienned and marinated raw beef that is typically likened to tartare. From the kitchen of miss Korea BBQ, a cold buckwheat noodle dish with Yukhoe beef was developed that has never been seen as a menu item before. The restaurant’s chefs utilize high quality meat ingredients to prepare a seasoned Yukhoe that is combined with its rich flavor and texture of the handmade noodles’ vegetable ingredients.
It is anticipated that the Yukhoe Naengmyeon dishes will become a highly regarded eat during the warm summer when cold and refreshing dishes are craved.
Come try the new and exclusive Yukhoe Mul Naengmyeon (mild) or the Yukhoe Bibim Naengmyeon (spicy) only at miss Korea BBQ.
About miss Korea BBQ:
The authentic Korean barbecue restaurant in New York City. Its signature clay pot galbi, marinated in special clay pot for over 48 hours; bulgogi, black pork belly, organic tofu soup and bibimbap are deliberately crafted by renowned food consultant, Chef Sun Kyu Lee. Side dishes of Banchan, the emblem of Korean cuisine are delicately prepared in nutritional balance for your well-being.