Kang Nam Korean Food now open in Cranbrook

The Kang Nam has a simple, comfortable atmosphere and all the dishes are prepared fresh and are hand-made in the restaurant.

Outside of the Kang Nam restaurant, showing sign.

The new Kang Nam restaurant, located at 414 Cranbrook St., North. — Photo courtesy Kootenay Business

The husband and wife team of the popular Kinbari Sushi Restaurant in Kimberley and the equally popular Sushi Rang Restaurant in Cranbrook have now opened their third restaurant in July. Juny Nam and Jenny Baek have opened and are operating the new Kang Nam Restaurant featuring a full menu of Korean food in Cranbrook.

Jenny Baek is the manager of the restaurant and Juny Nam is the head chef, along with other cooking staff and a hostess. Originally from Vancouver, Jenny and Juny have been in Kimberley for three years and are pleased to have expanded in Cranbrook to two restaurants as well.

Inside of the Kang Nam restaurant.

Korean Food served in a comfortable, simple atmosphere. — Photo courtesy Kootenay Business

Their Kang Nam menu includes dumpling pork, spicy dumplings, Tofu tempura, hot pot specialty like Gam Ja Tany, Yukgae jang, Woogeoji, and GamJaTahng Jeongol along with BeeBimBab rice and Korean babsang. The Kang Nam has a simple, comfortable atmosphere and all the dishes are prepared fresh and are hand-made in the restaurant.

Here is one comment about the couple’s Rang Sushi restaurant on Yelp:

"So second visit, I did 4 stars last time but upgraded it to 5. This little place in my opinion has the most delicious and creative Sushi this side of Kamloops. You have to try the Volcano roll and the Lobster roll. Visually lovely and tastefully delicious. Honestly, a world class sushi place right here in Cranbrook..."

Located at 414 Cranbrook Street North, Kang Nam is open Monday to Saturday 11:30 am to 8:30 or 9:00 pm. Their new phone number is 778-517-5711

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