Little Seoul envelopes tongues with authentic Korean cuisine and East Asian flavors, including sushi, noodles, rice bowls, and more. Practice your chopstick-fighting skills with menu items beginning with appetizers such as the pork-filled gyoza, prepared seared, steamed, or fried ($5), and the chicken- and vegetable-stuffed spring rolls, paired with sweet chili dunking sauce ($5.50). After starting up your stomach engine, maneuver your mandible toward the authentic bi-bim-bop rice dish served traditionally in a hot stone bowl, topped with a medley of beef, veggies, fried egg, shredded seaweed, sesame seeds, and an optional spicy chili sauce ($9.50 lunch, $13 dinner). Noodle aficionados can pucker their lips around the jap-chae clear noodles—stir-fried, yet transparent enough to ensure the beef and vegetables are not mocking your table manners ($9.50 lunch, $13.50 dinner). Meanwhile, raw fish fans can flounder in the sushi menu, swimming with sashimi and maki rolls, including the yellowtail jalapeño with eel sauce ($9.50) and the Maine, touting deep-fried spicy tuna, and fried lobster, topped with a spicy, yet stylish, top hat ($12).