So it doesn't have old toys and crap hanging from the ceiling, no ferns and the glare of brass rails, but what Song's Cafe does have is awesome, homemade-to-order food, friendly personable service and a varied menu of both Korean and other Asian cuisine. Made to order, not devised by a corporate chef in New York or Dallas, not frozen and shipped to be thawed in town. Homemade. Right there. When you order it. OK, so sometimes that means you wait a few extra minutes. Each minute is worth it, and besides, if you want fast food, there's KFC right across the street. Song's is an opportunity to relax and savor a meal, cooked just for you by the lady whose name is on the sign. She's also your hostess and waitress, so if she's busy, you relax. Did you expect fast food from Mom? Of course not. Eating at Song's is like eating at her home, from the wonderful aromas that greet you at the door to the wonderful kim chee and food spread before you. Keep your gleaming brass, ferns and doo-dads hanging from the ceiling. If that's what you like, go to Pier One. If it's great, homemade Korean food you crave, go to Song's. (Did I mention Miss Song prepares everything fresh while you wait?)
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