Jjang Kkae

G/F Vargas Bldg., Kalayaan Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila

Jjang Kkae
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Business Hours
Reopens: 10:30a - 10:30p


  • Sunday
    • 10:30a - 10:30p
  • Monday
    • 10:30a - 10:30p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:30a - 10:30p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:30a - 10:30p
  • Thursday
    • 10:30a - 10:30p
  • Friday
    • 10:30a - 10:30p
  • Saturday
    • 10:30a - 10:30p

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Most Recent Reviews

Kate L.
5.0 Stars

Jjang Kkae is a Korean derogatory word to address the Chinese. This place serves Korean-Chinese dishes, basically derived from Chinese cuisine but influenced by local Korean ingredients.

Mr.Lee loves the Jjajangmyeon (짜장면) or Black Soybean Noodles and we've been trying to find a place that serves this and taste as good as how it is in Korea, we've been on this quest since 2009!! ..and we found it in Jjang Kkae! This place is not easy to find, believe me! It is even difficult to find details about it online.. I had to search for it in Korean until I found how it is properly written when translated.

Jjajangmyeon is basically noodles with thick black soybean sauce with your choosing of more onions or pork.
What I had (pictured) is just the regular bowl. Their noodles are divine, aldente (not sure how to say it in Korean terms) and just perfect to top it with their deliciously tasty black bean sauce with hefty servings of onions and pork). It is served really hot (smoke on photo) and you have to mix it well to enjoy its potential. They will provide you with scissors to cut the noodles as you please, as it could be quite too long. The bowl is enough to fill you up for lunch or dinner.

They will serve this with picked radish and raw onions! The picked radish has the perfect tangy and sweet taste to refresh your palette as you eat this dish ..and for onion lovers like me, I enjoyed the raw onions. Yummm

They also have a wide variety of menu to choose from if you're not into Jjajangmyeon. I also had their Jampong aka Spicy Seafood Ramyeon. This one comes with a REALLY spicy broth! I have very strong tolerance to spiciness but I couldn't handle the one I ordered. But the goodnews is, they will ask you for your preferred level of spiciness. I was just a fool to order a spicy one and had to surrender. But it had the same aldente noodles with generous serving of clams, squid and shrimp and some veggies! It is really good too but can't really taste much because my tongue was burning hot!

They also have pork and chicken dishes that everyone would love!

As for the price, a bowl of Jjajangmyeon would cost you Php 250.
If you have a small tummy, you can even share this with a friend.

I love this quite-so-secret place and will definitely come back for more and more and more.

P.s. This restaurant is located on a back of an old building along Kalayaan Ave in QC. So don't expect a fancy place. Let me know if you have trouble finding this!

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