Tucked away on the side of the road off Longpoint near Gessner is this small, humble, mom-and-pop Korean restaurant called Korean Noodle House. Walk up a wooden plank to the yellow-painted facade and you are immediately greeted when you enter. Service is friendly, and laminated menus offer Korean language on one side and English on the other. Dishes are homey and comforting. This is a place you can go to multiple times a week for items such as haemul pajeon (seafood pancake), kimchi soondubu jjigae (spicy kimchi tofu stew) or jjamppong kalgooksoo (spicy seafood dumpling noodle soup). Noodles are hand made and the portions are huge. What makes Korean Noodle House stand tall above the rest is its secret recipe house-made kimchi. Every table gets its own earthenware urn at the start of the meal, and the kimchi is fiery, delicious and unforgettable.