Dining etiquette calls for you to keep your elbows off the table, place a napkin on your lap, and make unflinching eye contact with the chef throughout the meal. Set your sights on dinner with this Groupon.
- $11 for $20 worth of Korean food for dinner at the Centreville location
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Korean specialties such as barbecue short ribs, kimchi, and—of course—tofu soup fill the menu at this casual restaurant with outposts in Annandale and Centreville. Among the chefs' crowning offerings are steaming bowls of bi bim bap that cradle bulgogi (Korean-style marinated beef) as well as heaps of bean sprouts, corn, and fried egg. Depending on personal tastes, the spice levels of each dish can be custom calibrated from ultra-mild “white” to three-alarm “spicy spicy.” But not all dishes served here come to the table piping hot, including the cool naegn myun soup, a refreshing summer dish loaded with buckwheat noodles, slices of beef, and hints of Noreaster.
“Come hungry :-)”
“Hot, hot soup on a cold night. What could be better?”
“It was an enjoyable dinner. Soups are especially good on a cold day/night. Try all the little side dishes - interesting. The Korean BBQ meat is tasty, but the dish...”
“It was an enjoyable dinner. Soups are especially good on a cold day/night. Try all the little side dishes - interesting. The Korean BBQ meat is tasty, but the dish we got had very little meat, mostly bone. The tofu soup with seafood was quite tasty as well, but only one shrimp and a couple of mussels and clams - but lots of tofu. The waitress gave us a choice of white or brown rice. The brown rice is not really brown rice, it's purple - some sort of multi-grain with beans. We brought it home - it will taste good after it's re-cooked.”