This was a really difficult to find restaurant hidden in the back of a building. It was tiny and a little cramped and we were the only customers apart from another couple. The food here is alright, nothing really special. To date, the best korean food I’ve had in the US is still in Alaska and I’m not sure if it’s just because we were freezing our asses off there or if the korean food there is really that good.
Made it once but it wasn’t quite right. Not sure how to fix it so I haven’t made it again since! Wish I had a korean omma.
Also, some tofu thing and some fish cake. Wish all restaurants served gamjajorim and marinated quail eggs!