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Du Kuh Bee
Korean Restaurant$$
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12590 SW 1st St Beaverton, OR 97005
12590 Southwest 1st StreetUSOregonBeaverton97005
(503) 643-5388
$$Korean RestaurantToday Closed
Monday 4:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 4:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 4:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 4:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 4:00 pm – 1:00 amSaturday 4:00 pm – 1:00 amSunday Closed
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Snug, bare-bones pit stop known for hand-pulled noodles & dumplings plus other Chinese-Korean eats.- Google
"Must try spicy pork not always on menu ask,Beef ribs, hand pulled noodles..."
"By far the best authentic korean food."
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Nick Oberg
2 months ago
best restaurant around! small and comfy. staff is super nice and remembers us :) I recommend "Chicken Noodle, with no spice"
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Jeffrey Morris
a month ago
You've heard the saying "hole in the wall" - this is the best Korean noodle house in Oregon. I'm gonna say it, the best on the west coast. Must try the noodle dish and Beef ribs. AMAZING! Word from the wise, they are very very busy between 6-7:30PM. You can spot them by the line out the door. Du Kuh Bee means the old frog. which is considered lucky in Korean lore. Yes, I asked =)
Grant W
3 months ago
Wonderful food everything was worth the wait. Waiter made a great suggestion for the marinated pork.
David Marshall
5 months ago
Absolutely amazing. Their commitment to quality and the fact that they hand make their noodles, really shows in the flavor of the food.
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Benjamin Seman
3 weeks ago
The service isnt the best. One of the workers dropped a plate it flew towards me and didnt even apologize for it. They only gave us 2 side dishes and the food is average. Its also super crowded.
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Jonathan Nagar
8 months ago
Du Kuh Bee with Shrimp, house dumplings both good. Not a large assortment of banchan (small app/side plates served gratis)--just kimchi and some sweet pickled radish. But flavors were great, and for around $20 the two of us left satisfied.
Shelly TheStrange
a year ago
This food is just amazing and the staff is great. The restaurant is very small and you may have to wait for a table but it is well worth it!! :]
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Rosemary Prescott
a year ago
Their house made noodles are delicious! I have given this place 5 stars, but that is based on the food. When you go in you should expect to wait, it is very popular, so you will wait for your table and you will wait for your food, so be patient. In addition to the noodles we had the pork ribs, which were amazing. Just the right amount of spicy and sweet. I left satisfied and full, and will definitely be back for more. I have since been to other Korean places in town to try their noodles and have been disappointed, this is definitely one of the best.
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