Small, white bowls of Banchan—Korean side dishes such as fermented spicy radish or chive onion pancakes—surround the circular stoves at the center of each of Shin Sa Dong Korean BBQ's tables. Diners cook beef bulgogi, marinated ribs, and other meats to their liking on those stoves, or opt for dishes such as bibimbap with black rice, fresh mango, and ginger-marinated tofu. There's one dish, naeng myun cold noodles, that can only be eaten within the restaurant's walls, according to an Aurora Sentinel writer: “no take-out or leftovers, to keep it from being copied elsewhere.”
A Cup of Peace is a relaxing place to enjoy a lovely, and healthy meal, and try one of our many varieties of tea. All of our vegetables and meats are freshly prepared here. We also have gluten free desserts available daily. We accommodate the needs of many of our guests by serving gluten free and dairy free foods.
Bop & Gogi - Korean Kitchen & Grill delights diners with their Korean take on fast food. The cooks pile plates with such specialties as galbi barbecue beef ribs, bulgogi or spicy pork, accompanied with steamed rice. Like a garden that also sprouts beef from the soil, Bibimbop bowls mingle five different kinds of vegetables with meat and a sunny-side-up egg, making the dish suitable for lunch or dinner.