Koreanisch-Vietnamesische Ecke (Cho Que)

Near underground station “Harras”, suburban train side. Bus station “Harras”, not “Am Harras”!
Very good quality, inexpensive, always eager to help.
Korean-Vietnamese family store at street level and basement, very nice, large assortment of Korean groceries, fresh, frozen, refrigerated – and you can enjoy freshly prepared food there or just snack on some self-service ramyeon.
If you ask for something special, they try to get it – and succeed most times, too! :-)
(Frozen, peeled and sliced lotus roots! Yeah!)


  1. sanne Munich joined 8/14 & has 264 comments

    Under new management now (Korean).

    Pity; we really liked the former owners. Let’s just hope the new ones keep the diversity of the assortment, the fair prices and the quality of their food – they kept one Vietnamese employee at least, the Vietnamese food was excellent and we would miss it!

  2. sanne Munich joined 8/14 & has 264 comments


    I knew you were famous in Korea – but since I posted that recommendation, they are flooded by Korean customers. They are happy, we are happy – Thank you, Maangchi!

    Bye, Sanne.

    • Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 12,047 comments

      Oh my, really? I’m so happy to hear that!
      If they send me some photos I will put them on my website here (under the Google street view photo and map).
      Thanks to you, people found the store and can go shopping!

  3. sanne Munich joined 8/14 & has 264 comments

    Hi Maangchi!

    There are several stores/restaurants at that location which is pretty confusing.
    And at the exact same location was at least one other Asian store over the last year.

    That photo is =not= of the interior of the store, but the restaurant “Yanyou” next door!
    It’s quite nice (but not a store. :-) http://www.yanyou.de/
    Even worse: That’s how it used to look when there was an Italian restaurant named “Giuseppe”until a few months ago to complete the confusion. ;-)

    Therefore: Please remove that outdated photo, I’ll provide a correct one within the next few days (I already spoke to the owners of “Koreanisch-Vietnamesische Ecke”, they are happy).

    Bye, Sanne.

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