Snow conditions were actually impressive for NY/NJ - the least amount of ice patches I've seen in a while. Can't wait for VT next week! Looks like we're headed to Okemo Mountain.
(Everything was covered in snow, so looked like Narnia)
So, after a nice day of snowboarding what does a hungry lil Korean girl want? Ddukboki and Odeng, of course! We were in a rush to get back to the city and return the car by the 9PM deadline (which, we sadly missed by 4 minutes, by the way), so we made a quick pitstop at Cap Udon in Palisades Park, NJ. Maybe if I hadn't ordered a feast for 8 people instead of 4, we could've made it back in time... oh well. Was totally my fault, but it was worth it!
Korean tidbit: "Cap" is meant to be a phonetic translation for "Kep," which in Korean means awesome, da bomb, numero uno, da bestest. Cap Udon is a "boon shik jip," which pretty much means, casual cheap eats joint.
198 Broad Avenue
Palisades Park, NJ 07650
Maindishes, Clockwise from Upper Left: Cheese Lamyun, Bibimbap, Omurice
Shared Dishes from Top to Bottom: YooBuChoBap, Ddukboki, Kimbap (tuna and mixed)
Then, as if this wasn't enough food, I couldn't suppress my craving for Odeng, so I had to order it...
But I'm so glad I did, because it was delicious and I was happy :) Happy Snowboarding season, everyone!