If you like Korean food, why haven't you eaten here?
Went again for dinner with my wife. I continue to be impressed, and she loved it. This is a great value for the money—portions are on the large side. We both tried new dishes that we found delightful. The food we saw served at other tables looked delicious, too.
The Kimchee Panjun is like a cross between a pancake and pizza. Very savory by itself, combined with the dipping sauce produces a new, subtle flavor. It also has just the right amount of spiciness.
The Jaeyook Bokkum (pork, spicy, with vegetables, served with rice) has a blend of flavors that seem to change as you chew. The level of spice is perfect.
The Dookbaegi Bulgogi is a sort of noodle stew with beef, cellophane noodles, veggies, and broth. Again, the flavors are subtle but clear. Wonderful dish.
Everything arrives HOT, except the side dishes which are served cold. Don't neglect them, either as palette clearers or simply of themselves.
Service is good, considering the small staff (apparently the family.) Very courteous and eager to please.
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