Jap Chae: Korea’s Glass Noodle

Are you looking for something different in your pasta? Try some jap chae at our Lynnwood Korean BBQ restaurant. Made from sweet potato starch, these noodles take on a fascinating glass-like transparency when they are cooked, earning them the nickname “glass noodles”. They are characteristic of a rubbery texture and a mild taste, and readily absorb the flavors of the meats and vegetables they are served with. If you are gluten-intolerant, they also represent a satisfying alternative to wheat-based pasta.

At Arirang, you can enjoy jap chae in classic Korean style. We fry our noodles with an assortment of vegetables and grilled meat. A delicious part of any Korean barbecue meal!