We were missing Korean food so we tried Kimchi Time, and it really hit the spot. We had the seafood pancake, galbi, and bimimbap plus the ban chan side dishes. The galbi was served on a hot plate with grilled onions and a side of rice. The bimimbap was in a hot stone bowl and the rice was crispy on the bottom. All the dishes were well prepared and quite authentic. It came quickly. The pancake was not greasy, and the side dishes were a good selection. Our kimchi was refilled willingly, and the OB beer was cold. The owner and his wife were greeters and servers and made sure we felt welcome and enjoyed our food. They were very helpful in explaining the menu and suggesting items. Eating at Kimchi Time was enjoyable and satisfying. We will return.
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