So Kong Dong is a restaurant that I find myself continually going back to every time that I'm in town. The food is consistently tasty, and the prices are very reasonable, particularly for how full you'll be when you finish your meal.
Food: The menu options are limited (i.e., only soft tofu soup with various add-ins, such as clams, beef, mushroom, and seafood), but I've never been disappointed with any of the choices. Be aware that the seafood option comes with shrimp still in its shell (i.e., head and all), which needs to be peeled. The last time I went, I had the clam tofu soup, which had about 5 clams in it. The Kalbi beef is very tasty and tender and can easily be shared by the table. Like traditional Korean restaurants, they give you the little dishes to start, including kimchi, pickled cucumbers, and pickled bean sprouts. The wait service is always willing to refill any small dish.
Service: The service is generally very friendly but a little rushed, though I've never felt pressured to eat faster. The tables turn over very quickly, so I've never had to wait longer than 25 minutes, regardless of how many people were ahead of me in line. The waiter/waitress will ask you for your order shortly after you sit down, but most people already know what they want or can order on the spot since the menu doesn't offer much choice. Bear in mind that the tables are very close together, so you will be sitting quite near to your fellow diners.
Parking: There is limited parking in front of the restaurant, but the spots seem to turn over rather quickly, which is probably a testament to the speedy service. There also is a public parking lot across the street, which also fills up pretty quickly on weekends.
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