We arrived to find a near full house at 2ish in the afternoon but were quickly and comfortably seated. The crowd cleared out soon after (I don't think it was because of us!). Its a nice little friendly family run place with a couple of private rooms.
We ordered and waited in anticipation. Banchan arrived and it was not spectacular but the kimchi was very good. We enjoyed the potatoes also.
Soon the main event arrived. We had chosen Beef Dolbap and it did indeed fulfil our crispy rice dreams.
The marinated beef itself was very tasty and came with sliced onions but at the bottom of the bowl (we exercised some patience by allowing more time for the hot stone bowl to work its magic) was that wonderful crunchy stuff! Sometimes it is the simplest things that make us the happiest!
We also ordered Homemade Spinach Noodle and Pork Dumpling Soup. Doni has a couple of freezers with assorted bags of frozen dumplings and folks came in and purchased some as we were dining. I am not surprised as the pork dumplings here were very good. They were sort of large Capelletti style (I obviously don't know the Korean name for them) with nicely seasoned pork. The noodles, made in house, also had nice texture and were all in a light flavorful broth!