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Posted by Shelley on 02/28/2012
I am a very picky eater, and the first time I tried this place I was skeptical. However, I am now hooked on the pork dubbap. 11 dollars is a lot for lunch, but it is really kind of worth it if you want to treat yourself weekly or twice a week. Staff is very nice, but they sometimes take a long time to get your order in. Again, totally worth it.
Posted by Grace on 06/24/2011
Since last year, they've improved or changed their food a LOT. I've tried bibimbap at 90% of the Korean restaurants in Philly and this is by far the best (hands down beats giwa, Koreana, tampopo, etc) mostly bc of the bulgogi is marinated very well and in the traditional Korean style. The kimbap is great and under $7. Even though you may not want to pay $11 for bibimbap it's a very reasonable price for how much work goes into it and the flavors are all very true to authentic Korean food. I'd come here every day if I could! The dduk bokki is awesome too and for under $10, u can get it with ramyun in it for labokki. The kimchi isn't great but they make the soup from scratch. I like the pork dupbap too but too often get the bibimbap bc it's just that delicious! Believe me, take it from a Korean who can't function without Korean food!
Posted by Dave on 11/08/2010
I love korean food but the bibimp bap is way too dry, and the place looks like a deli