I’ve recently been looking for a place to get legitimate Korean food that wasn’t tofu soup or kbbq and my friend Vivian proposed we visit this place! Upon entering, it wasn’t too crowded and it was just a quaint place to grab a bite to eat. They play KPOP videos on the wall with a projector which was kinda cool to have something to watch and listen to as we dined.
It’s located in Temple City, in the 626. It’s in a huge plaza which makes parking a lot easier.
We ordered the Korean ramyun, the bulgogi roll, kimchi fried rice, spicy rice cakes, and fried chicken (not pictured). The main reason for visiting this particular Korean restaurant was for their ddeokbokki (spicy rice cakes). I’ve been wanting to try it even though I’m not very fond of spicy food. I don’t really like/eat kimchi but the kimchi fried rice was enough for my white girl taste buds to handle! The not-pictured fried chicken was my favorite dish of all, it was so good without tasting too greasy. I found all the food to be surprisingly good, considering how cheap the price was. We all ended up only paying around $15 for all that food and we were beyond stuffed after.
I’d definitely recommend it if you’re interested in trying some Korean food 🙂