The name, Jeju Noodle Bar, comes from the island located off the southern coast of the Korean peninsula. Jeju Island is well known for naturally farmed pork and abundant fresh seafood. The famous South Korean island attracts mainland natives as well as tourists from all over the world, all year around. Jeju, in Korean, also has a few different definitions such as “skill, talent, ability”
Ramyun, not Ramen.
The close Korean equivalent of the Japanese Ramen, Ramyun is a comfort dish enjoyed by Koreans of all social class and ages. At Jeju Noodle Bar our main focus is to allow diners to experience and savor the distinct Korean flavor by using different techniques & ingredients from chef Douglas’s experiences. We will have a beer, wine and Soju list available to enjoy with your meal.
Upon graduating from CIA, Chef Douglas Kim embarked on the Crystal Serenity cruise for a trip of his lifetime: 65 countries around the world. Since his return, he has accumulated more than a decade of experience in the restaurant scene: