If you are into authentic, homestyle Korean cooking, this is the place for you. Service can be a bit slow when there's a crowd, but it's because the proprietor is an army of one, serving double duty in the kitchen and front of house.
The cooking style here reminds me of how my mother cooked when I was growing up. The banchan (side dishes) consist primarily of cabbage kimchee, bean sprouts, spinach, and shredded radish kimchee. Bulgogi, kalbi, bibimbap, friend mandu, scallion pancakes (pajeon) were all great. Occasionally, she makes ggakdugi (cubed radish kimchee) which is my favorite kind of kimchee.
The ambiance is a hit or miss with some folks I know. I personally enjoy the taxidermy on display (foxes, deer, and other woodlandish critters), but it freaks some people out.
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