Menu: Korean classics.

Our take: The menu includes the Korean basics, like kimchi, bulgogi and bibimbap, but lots of other more adventurous choices for diners not yet familiar with Korean cuisine.

Try this: Jab-chae, a dish of roomtemperature cellophane noodles served in a soy-based sauce, and duk-mandoo kuk, a brothy soup that includes dumplings and Korean rice cakes, are good jumping off points for diners unfamiliar with Korean food. A kimchi pancake proved an excellent, spicy starter.

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