Lunch options are reasonably priced and generous portions. Place is quiet withh attentive servers and tasty, quality food. Setting is a bit of a musty basement in an old building but well worth it.
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It was fine. Price was good and food was fine. I had beef bulgogi and deep fried dumplings. It was very average flavor. Not a lot of passion or care put into the preparation.
The first thing you have to look for when you enter the restaurant is that there is a one step landing before you enter the main dinning area which is hard to see so be very careful as I almost fell on my face. Its...More
Love, love, love this place! I eat here whenever I can. Their service is right on, courteous, helpful and friendly. The atmosphere, very professional and relaxing. The food is amazing. I have tried several dishes, the last being the luncheon special of miso soup and...More
We shared the Beef bulgogi special for two for $42. The owner himself explained it to us and helped us cook it on the gas grill at our table. More creative spices than I've experienced in similar places in NYC, PA, and CA. More com;lex...More
From the starters, apps and main meal, everything was excellent! Such tasty and traditional Korean food. The fried dumplings were crispy on the outside and so flavorful on the inside. Dipping sauce was amazing. Dinners were excellent, full of flavor and hot. Beef and pork...More
This tastefully decorated Korean restaurant has two kinds of reviews ‐ wonderful or terrible. Having eaten there, one cannot help but suspect that the terrible reviews are from folks who are trying to hurt their business. We found it to be wonderful. Also, the terrible...More
Today I ordered the kimchi tofu. It was the first time I ever tried it, and it was excellent. The creamy soft taste of the warm pan fried tofu was a wonderful contrast to the spicy salty jazzy heated kimchi. I had a large portion...More