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Stan | Aug 11, 200405:31 PM    

All Family (SE corner of Crenshaw and Olympic) is a friendly Korean noodle and dumpling place. I found the food unambitious but okay for what it is. I ordered the most interesting-sounding item on the menu, hand-cut noodles in hot anchovy broth. There were three panchan: a crunchy vegetable, pickles, and kim chee. I'm afraid I found them boring to slightly distasteful. The noodles came in a plain broth that I kind of liked, with anchovy paste in a small plate that you stir in to taste. I stirred it all in. I find that I'm not able to make fine distinctions between different kinds of noodles, but that said I thought these noodles were pretty good. The broth with the anchovy paste wasn't exciting, but it was okay. There are lots of towns where I'd go here all the time, but I guess Los Angeles probably isn't one of them.

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