Pyonpyonsya Morioka Ekimae

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Pyonpyonsya is a Korean-style barbecue restaurant that also serves Morioka Reimen, a local specialty in Iwate Prefecture. Morioka Reimen is a rubbery, half-transparent noodle served in cold soup made from beef and chicken stock along with the toppings such as kimchi, boiled eggs, and cooked beef. In one bowl, all the sweetness, spiciness, and sourness create a perfect harmony. In Morioka, people usually order Korean-style barbecue and reimen together. On top of their tasty Morioka Reimen, Pyonpyonsya serves Korean-style barbecue, and other Korean dishes using the ingredients produced in Iwate Prefecture. They occupy the first floor through the third floor of the building. The open ceiling makes the place spacious. It is a good place both for a solo customer and groups.

Address
1F-3F Jaran Building, 9-3 Morioaka Ekimaedori, Morioka-shi, Iwate
Contact No.
+81-19-606-1067
Access
3 minutes' walk through the underpass from Tohoku Shinkansen Morioka Station. (Tohoku Honsen, Yamada line, Akita Shinkansen, Tazawako line, Ginga Tetsudo line)
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00-24:00 (L.O. 23:00)
Open all year round
Official Website
http://www.pyonpyonsya.co.jp/
Other Information
*Average budget (per person): lunch 1,000 - 2,000 yen, dinner 3,000 - 4,000 yen *Menu: Morioka Riemen 820 yen (half 670 yen), Zenshu Ishiyaki Bibimbap 770 yen, Kimchee Natto Ishiyaki Bibimbap 970 yen, Cheese Mentaiko Ishiyaki Bibimbap 1,000 yen *Credit cards accepted

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Pyonpyonsya Morioka Ekimae

Pyonpyonsya is a Korean-style barbecue restaurant that also serves Morioka Reimen, a local specialty in Iwate Prefecture. Morioka Reimen is a rubbery, half-transparent noodle served in cold soup made from beef and chicken stock along with the toppings such as kimchi, boiled eggs, and cooked beef. In one bowl, all the sweetness, spiciness, and sourness create a perfect harmony. In Morioka, people usually order Korean-style barbecue and reimen together. On top of their tasty Morioka Reimen, Pyonpyonsya serves Korean-style barbecue, and other Korean dishes using the ingredients produced in Iwate Prefecture. They occupy the first floor through the third floor of the building. The open ceiling makes the place spacious. It is a good place both for a solo customer and groups.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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