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— by Shruthi Basappa: It’s one of those warm summer days we’ve been enjoying lately in Reykjavík. The guests of Ramen Momo sit around the counter, smiling as we each discover the little square place cards with our names written in Korean, laid out by slender silk pockets holding chopsticks.
Chef Lim Ji Yeon is an industrious blur behind the bar. Her husband, Park Min Jae, assists. They’re newlyweds, having arrived in Reykjavík for their honeymoon. For one night only, they also prepared a Korean honeymoon dinner pop-up at Ramen Momo…
Image courtesy of Art Bicnick
July 4, 2019