I approached this restaurant for my first visit with trepidation, seeing the long line at the nearby Chipotle. Not to worry, however, as the restaurant was uncrowded at the height of lunch time. One orders and pays at a counter, then the food is brought to you. The basic menu gives a choice of first the main ingredient (chicken, shrimp, steak or vegetarian) and then the accompanying sauce. I ordered one of the signature dishes of steak with spicy Korean sauce and mushrooms. The dish was well flavored but not spicy at all, and was covered with thick brown and very salty gravy that overpowered the dish. The cashier asked for my choice of brown, white or fried rice (the latter not being on the menu), and failed to tell me that the fried rice was $1.00 more. I had a side of hot and sour soup, with the soup being neither spicy nor sour as expected. It was very thick and sweet. I did notice that chile sauce and horseradish sauce were available. My husband was happy with his signature dish of steak and ginger broccoli. Both entrees came in a large portion. The menu includes a list of small plates and gluten free items.
I might try this restaurant again, but would not make a special trip to do so. Note that the ladies' bathroom is a "one holer".
Fortune cookies are set out for the taking, as are Oriental take-out containers.
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