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Where To Order Jjajangmyeon If Your Cravings Are Out Of Control

These are some of the best black bean noodles in Manila.
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Jjajangmyeon is a popular Korean-Chinese noodle dish topped with a savory black bean sauce. You've probably seen it in a lot of your favorite K-dramas. Personally, I first saw it in Coffee Prince (you know which scene I'm talking about, lol). And if you watched Hospital Playlist, we're sure you've been craving jjajangmyeon lately. 

Here's where you can get delicious black bean noodles in Manila!

Seoul Train

Location: Quezon City
One order costs P400. You can order it via Foodpanda or arrange your own service through Grab or Lalamove. 

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Leann's Tea House

Location: Quezon City
One order costs P230. Find them on GrabFood and Foodpanda. 

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Jjang Kkae Restaurant

Location: Quezon City
One order costs P280. Jjang Kkae is available for dine-in and takeout. 

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Location: Valenzuela City
One order costs P135; P150 if you want an egg on top. They're open for delivery.

Santorini Restaurant

Location: Manila 
One order costs P250. Santorini is available for takeout, pick-up, and delivery.

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Seoul Food To-Go

Location: Muntinlupa City
Something a little different: They sell black bean sauce priced at P700 per tub, which is good for eight people. Seoul Food To-Go sells noodles separately (P300 to P400, depending on availability). 


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