I have been to Korea and to several cities there. The lunch special I had did not remind me of any of the food I had in Korea but who cares, it was great, came quick and reasonably priced.
Kimchi was fine. There is a competitor a block or two down that has a better Kimchi but that is always a matter of personal taste.
Their yaki seemed like it was fresh, hand prepared and not frozen. Hard to believe though. Maybe I was just lucky. I should have gone once more to verify.
My only regret was not coming for dinner to try out something different before I left the area.
I'll be back summer 2012 and will review again.
Parking is horrible. Come before 11:15 or after 1:15 for lunch or you will be down the street.
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