Korean Food in Merida

Younghee Moser is an excellent cook. She sells things at the Slow Food Market on Saturdays – like kim chee, “Korean pancakes,” spicy soybeans, quail egg salad, etc. She also makes a variety of other dishes that you can order from her.

  • Mandu – the staple of all Korean meals, like a pot sticker but better and with great sauce.
  • Bi bim bop – a rice dish with a variety of ingredients usually made to order. This is my favorite. Lots of vegetables, some meat if you wish, an egg, all mixed with rice and hot sauce.
  • Bulgogi – fabulous Korean BBQ

Ask Younghee about your other Korean favorites.

If you want any of these dishes, you can email her at younghee.moser@hotmail.com and pick up your food at the market on Saturdays.

About BG

Beryl Gorbman is a writer and private investigator who divides her time between Seattle WA and Merida Yucatan Mexico. She has published two works of fiction, 2012: Deadly Awakening, and Madrugada. They are both available on Amazon and other outlets. Also at Amate Books, and Casa Catherwood in Merida. You can read about them in various articles on this site.
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6 Responses to Korean Food in Merida

  1. Claudette says:

    Yum!! Thanks for including this link…I would love to try her Bi bim bop..this is one of my favorite Korean dishes. I ‘ll have to try it! Thanks!

  2. Vince Gricus says:

    Hey Lover! Where is this markert?

    • BG says:

      The market is in Chuburna in front of Monique Duval’s bakery. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

      • The market is located at Calle 31 No. 70, por 12 y 14, Colonia Chuburna de Hidalgo. Phone: 999.195.6413. You go up Technologico almost to Costco, turn left to cross the boulevard at Oxxo, go back (south) a block and turn right. Go one long block and its on your L on a corner. (I think this is right.) It’s walled in but you can see it.

  3. Salvador says:

    I already eat the Younghee Moser menu; it’s really wonderful the taste and healthy, there are so few opportunities in Merida to taste the original flavor from far away countries, and Asian flavor, fewest!, Younghee Moser it’s a big opportunity to taste Korea in a short trip to Chuburna.

    Thanks to Younghee & BG.

    Salvador & Gaby.

  4. Hoeun.Yoo says:

    YoungHee.Moser is my elder sister. now I work in RUSSIA.
    She sometimes called me. She really like to cook and communicate
    good luck

  5. Suk Banks says:

    young hee, she is my friend. Walter, my husband found merida year 2000 with his BMW motorcycle from Hampton, Va to Merida by himself & drove his truck with our house stuffs in the trailor. We bought our house in calle 47, next monteo & remodeled & built second floor & biggiest pool in centro,I think any way, BG, I never met u but I heard about good or bad, human or gossip things. Anyway, this month I visited our house with my mom who fly from Seoul, Korea & met young hee first time. We cooked & helped her, she was very happy to meet my mom because she is master Korean food. So she gave her good instruction & had a great time together. I am very happy she found her happiness, cook Korean food & introduce to yucatanian. BG, hope u enjoy too.

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