This place was absolutely empty when I stopped by for dinner. I hesitated to sit down, but decided to give it a try. Very glad I did as the food was delicious. The large picture window at the rear of the restaurant offers a very nice view of a small creek with pleasing oriental landscape consisting of bamboo and some shaped maple, oak and pine trees. The bulgogi was tasty and spicy. The owner is very friendly and will be glad to help you select an entree based on your likes and experience with Korean food. Truly a hidden gem that deserves a visit if you appreciate real Korean fare.
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