I've been eating at this hidden gem for years. Though it's not gourmet food, for a good home cooked Asian meal (mix of Japanese and Korean) you can't beat this place! The restaurant is a bit small, and with only a few tables you sometimes have to wait a bit to be seated, but this place is worth the wait.
Their spicy Teriyaki is great, but what brings me in each time is their Goyza. The sauce they serve with it is pure perfection and they Goyza themselves are cooked just right. I've spent a lot of time in both Japan and Korea, but the Goyza served here rivals anything I've had in either country.
The staff is friendly and the food is great, don't miss out!
(Take Note: The only form of payment they accept is cash.)
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