I used to visit this quiet restaurant tucked into a neighborhood not far from US 20 a couple of times a year while traveling but hadn't been here in ages. Arrived at 5:30 tonight and had the same excellent service and meal as on previous visits. My husband and I are vegetarian and most of the menu is "convertible" by substituting veggies or tofu for the meat elements. Tonight we started with two appetizers: zucchini pancakes served with Sunny's homemade teriyaki sauce (actually everything, including the cheesecake desserts, is made in-house), and gaagie (sauteed spicy and sweet eggplant). Plus a side of spinach kimchee which was like a fresh, spicy salad. For dinner we had veggie versions of Chop Chae (Sliced beef or tofu, assorted vegetables and spinach sautéed in sesame oil with sweet potato noodles) and Dolsot Bi Bim Bob (Super hot bowl of Korean rice covered with marinated vegetables, Bool go Kee, and topped with a fried egg.) Both are mild dishes with options to add spicy sauce or spicy kimchee. All are super fresh, super healthy and super wonderful to eat. If you've never had Korean food, don't worry--the servers will be of great assistance as to what to order and what sauces go best with each dish. If you like Chinese or Thai, you'll love this food!!!
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