Being from a rural area, I crave asian food whenever I travel to cities. I stumbled on this place while out for a walk during a stay at the Wyndham nearby. I am no expert in Korean cuisine, but the simple and fresh flavors, punky and delicious kimchi, and wealth of colors and textures in each dish were very strong indicators of good food. The restaurant was bustling yet the service was personal and efficient. I will absolutely eat here again. I had the bibimbap in a stone bowl. It was well worth the extra dollar for the stone bowl, the crunchy texture of the rice at the edges brought a lovely textural element to the dish. The sides were great, mine came with a scallion pancake, kimchi, a sprout and cucumber salad and miso soup, all delicious. I can't believe how much I ate. Including a 22oz beer, total bill was $31 a steal in Boston for a sit down dinner.
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