|We started with the fried tofu, which was served with scallion|
sauce and sesame oil.
We both had the rice bowls - I had the chicken katsu (panko-crusted fried chicken with house katsu sauce and avocado-cilantro aioli), while my husband had the beef bulgogi; both rice bowls included a fried egg, two pieces of mandoo (a meat-filled Korean dumpling), Japchae noodles (stir-fried glass noodles), rice, and a salad; a kimchee sample and a house-made beef and daikon soup on the side.
|my chicken katsu rice bowl|
It was pretty awesome. Ed cleaned out his bowl and what remained of mine. (There was a lot of food.)