There are no sisters at this friendly Korean joint, just a hard-working mother-and-daughter team whose specialties include hearty soups, barbecued meats, and a generous array of house-made banchan. Start with a toasty seafood pancake or a steamer full of super-sized dumplings and an addictive soy-sesame dipping sauce. Straightforward renditions of bi bim bap and gal bi, marinated short ribs, don’t disappoint, but it pays to head off the beaten path with a bowl of roiling, fiery red goat stew (yum so tang) or naengi dwen jang jjigae, filled with crab, zucchini, and the plucky flavor of shepherd’s purse greens.

Hours: Mon.-Sun. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.


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Price: $$

Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, cash, ATM/Debit

ParkingChoice: Lot Available, Street

ReservationsChoice: Accepted

Attire: casual

Entertainment: none


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