The restaurant is tiny( looks like a converted drive-thru) but clean and bright. The menu isn't extensive but offers a nice selection. We shared the pancakes, pots tickers for the table and then sampled each others entrees. Especially good: the bibimbap, bulgogi, and the spicy pork. The servers were very helpful and pleasant. We traveled up from WV and it was definitely worth the trip. I foresee some regular visits to satisfy bibimbap cravings.
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