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Gangnam Ramen’s Korean fried chicken ($10 for a large order) features deep-fried chicken nuggets glazed in a Korean chilli sauce. Photos by Eric DeGrechie/22nd Century Media
The dumpling ramen ($10.50) is a large bowl of broth filled with dumplings, egg, mushrooms, peppers, onions and other vegetables.
The Korean BBQ bulgogi ($16) is a dish of thinly sliced ribeye beef marinated and sauteed with mushrooms, carrots, onions, scallions and broccoli, and served with sides of rice and kimchi.
The beef bibimbap ($12) is served with rice in a hot stone bowl and topped with bean sprouts, squash, bok choy, cabbage, carrots, mushrooms and a fried egg.
Gangnam Ramen’s Korean BBQ fries ($8.50) are topped with marinated ribeye beef, sour cream sauce, scallions and a Korean barbecue sauce.
Jason Addy, Contributing Editor
4:13 am CDT August 23, 2019
After decades of wowing her family and friends at get-togethers and church events, Keum Ahn — with support from her husband and children — decided it was time to show off her culinary skills to the world.