I honestly miss coming here. While it is a small eatery located along the main street on the Korean side, it serves quite homey food which fills you up.
I would come here whenever I need a bit of a pick me up or even when I’m craving for a soothing soup to warm me up on a cold day.
I don’t think they do KBBQ, but their hot pots are special.
Service is fast and very friendly. They serve you a refreshing tea instead of the usual cold water which showcases how they truly think about amplifying their customers’ experience from the start to finish.
It was my first time coming here by myself because I think it was after my facial appointment AND I was starving.
There were so many options from the menu but I settled for this dried pollack soup because I’ve never truly had it before in my life. It’s actually a soup many Koreans would have to soothe their hangovers and while I didn’t have one, I understood why this is a go-to. It truly wakes you up which was what I needed because I was still battling some sleepiness from my facial.
The flavour isn’t too strong but is very soothing for the tummy 🙂