Been driving by this place but never got a chance to try it out until I was told that they have been around for 10+ years.
Though the exterior sign says Chinese restaurant, the majority of the customers are Korean.
The owner himself is Korean Chinese.
They are best known for their Korean style Jjajiang mien (Chinese/Korean spaghetti) and Korean style champong (spicy seafood noodle).
Price is quite reasonable and portions are big.
Pricing on the menu already has tax included so it makes paying easy.
Other regular Chinese dishes are quite tasty and reasonably priced.
Well come again more often in the future
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