Where to find Jonathan Gold's favorite cold noodle dishes

Cold noodles might be just the ticket to combat Southern California's hot summer weather. Jonathan Gold suggests you sample them at these restaurants.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • July 28, 2016
When the weather gets hot, the noodles get cold. And here are some of the coldest. Yu Chun — How cold is Yu Chun’s mool chic naengmyun? So cold that it gives you an ice cream headache. So cold that the tangy beef broth builds up in soft drifts in...
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