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    Mandu-kuk (Dimsum Soup) Mandu-guk or dimsum soup is a variety of Korean soup made by boiling mandu (dimsum) in a beef broth or anchovy broth

    mixed with beaten egg. $7.90

    Bulgogi Rice Bowl (Beef)

    Bulgogi Rice Bowl (Beef) centers around beef in a sesame and soy sauce marinade with a little bit of sweetness. But the meat

    is just one out of many highlights: there’s also crisp quick- pickled cucumbers, tender carrots, all over fluffy white rice-

    clearly.

    $8.90

    Fried Sweet Potato Noodles with rice (Japchae)

    Wonderful – chewy stir fried glass noodles mixed with slivers of carrots, cucumber, onions, mushrooms and sometimes pieces

    of meat. Light panned in sesame oil and garnished with toasted sesame seeds, japchae has a mouthwatering fragrance that a

    taste.

    $8.90

    Budae-jjigae Ramen (Spicy) Budae Jjigae Ramen (Army stew or Army base stew)! It is loaded with Kimchi, spam, sausages, ramen noodles and

    cheese. $7.90

    Fried Chicken Fried chicken has been described as being "crunchy" and

    "juicy", as well as "crispy". Korean fried chicken different from typical American fried chicken because it is fried twice.

    $18.00

    Yangnyeom-Chicken ("Seasoned Chicken")

    or Ganjang-Chicken

    ("Soy Sauce Chicken")

    Yangnyeom-Chicken ("Seasoned Chicken") is fried chicken coated in Korean chili paste-based sweet and spicy sauce.

    Ganjang-Chicken ("Soy Sauce Chicken") is fried chicken coated in soy sauce-based sweet and savoury sauce, which is often also

    garlicky.

    $19.00

    Chimaek

    Chi-maek also known as Chicken and Beer, is the most classic combination in all of South Korea. Sweet and spicy sauce /

    Sweet soy sauce flavored / fried chicken with a beer. The cold, carbonated rush from the beer to complement the sweet and

    spicy oily chicken is the way to go.

    $13.00

    Galbitang (Beef Rip Soup) Galbitang is a clear soup made with beef short ribs. It’s a

    hearty, nourishing soup with a delicate flavor. Boil the ribs with Korean radish (mu), onion, garlic, and ginger until fork tender.

    $11.90

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    LA Galbi (Beef short Ribs) Galbi dish may be marinated in a sweet and savory sauce

    usually containing soy sauce, garlic, and sugar. marinated galbi are often featured in Korean barbecue.

    $12.90

    Samgyeopsal Fatty slices of pork belly grilled. A few slabs of this ultra-tasty

    pork along with garnishes of lettuce leaves, garlic and chili paste, and you’ve got a flavor to cherish

    $12.90

    Korean Barbecue (Pork) (Boston Butt Galbi)

    Boston Butt Galbi dish may be marinated in a sweet and savory sauce usually containing soy sauce, garlic, and sugar. Marinated

    galbi are often featured in Korean barbecue. $12.90

    Haemulpajeon (Korean pancake)

    Pajeon is a variety of Korean pancake with scallion as its prominent ingredient, as pa Green Onion. It is a Korean dish made from a batter of eggs, wheat flour, rice flour, scallions, and often other ingredients depending on the variety. Beef, pork, kimchi, shellfish, and other seafood are mostly used.

    $14.50

    Jjimdak (Braised Chicken)

    Jjimdak is a variety of jjim (a Korean steamed or boiled dish), which originated is made with chicken, various vegetables and glass noodle marinated in a ganjang (Korean soy sauce) based

    sauce.

    $18.00

    Dak-galbi (Spicy Stir-frying chicken)

    spicy stir-fried chicken, is a popular Korean dish made by stir- frying marinated diced chicken in a Korean hot chili paste-based

    sauce with sweet potatoes, cabbage, perilla leaves, scallions, tteok (rice cake), and other ingredients

    $11.90

    Bulgogi (Marinated beef barbecue)

    Bulgogi consists of thin slices of marinated beef sirloin that are cooked alongside sliced onions, green peppers, and garlic using a charcoal burner, resulting in a distinctive smoky flavor. Prior to grilling, the meat is marinated between 2 and 4 hours in a mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil, black pepper, garlic, onions,

    ginger, and sugar to enhance its flavor and tenderness.

    $12.90

    Tteokgalbi (Minced, seasoned, and

    grilled beef ribs)

    Tteokgalbi is a delicious Korean dish made from beef ribs, where the meat is minced and pounded on the bone, then

    marinated in a sweet, salty, and savory sauce, and then grilled or barbecued over charcoal. It’s sweet, chewy, and juicy, and

    best of all, it’s very tender because the meat is already chopped into small pieces and softened.

    $12.90

    Korean

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    Tonkatsu (Japanese Pork Cutlet)

    Tonkatsu and is always topped with tonkatsu sauce, which is a mixture of ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, and Dijon

    mustard. It is sweet and tangy and similar to barbecue sauce, and can be served on other fried food as well as used as a

    dipping sauce

    $8.90

    Chicken Karaake Comprised of crunchy, deep fried pieces of marinated chicken

    served with a liberal squeeze of lemon juice or a side pot of kewpie mayonnaise

    $8.90

    Japanese Curry Rice Curry, a wide variety of vegetables and meats are used to make

    Japanese curry. The basic vegetables are onions, carrots, and potatoes with Beef.

    $8.90

    Gyudon (Japanese Simmered Beef

    and Rice Bowls)

    It consists of a bowl of steamed rice topped with thinly sliced beef and tender onion, simmered in a sweet and savory dashi

    broth seasoned with soy sauce and mirin. $8.90

    Cheese Katsudon (Japanese Pork Cutlet and

    Egg Rice Bowl)

    Katsudon (breaded deep-fried pork) and eggs cooked in a sweet and salty broth and placed over rice. you may not notice the

    greasy deep-fried taste at all because of the tasty broth. $8.90

    Avocado Salmon Rice Bowl

    Lime, and cilantro flavors come together is this tasty salmon rice bowl. Slightly sweet cilantro lime rice topped with juicy salmon roasted with honey, lime, cilantro glaze and fresh

    cilantro avocado.

    $8.90

    Japanese

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    Jajangmyeon (Black-Bean Sauce Noodles)

    A Korean-Chinese fusion dish, jajangmyeon uses thick handmade wheat noodles topped with fried egg and a mixture

    of salty black soybean paste, diced pork and vegetables. $6.90

    Jjamppong (Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup)

    Jjamppong is a popular Korean-Chinese noodle soup, loaded with pork, seafood, and vegetables. The combination of all the

    natural ingredients creates a hearty bowl of soup that is packed with robust flavors.

    $6.90

    Menbosha (Fried shrimp sandwiches)

    Menbosha is a mini-size sandwich that has minced prawn (shrimp) in the middle and is deep-fried. The bread outside is incredibly crispy and the shrimp petty inside is really juicy and

    flavorful With unique dipping sauce

    $13.00

    Asian Chili Garlic Shrimp with Sweet and Spicy-Sour

    Sauce

    Seared prawns smothered in a spicy, sticky Asian sauce, these Asian Chili Garlic Prawns will have you smacking your lips in

    utter satisfaction. $25.00

    Sweet Sour Pork A Chinese stir-fry dish made with juicy pieces of pork

    tenderloin, bell peppers, onion, and pineapple. Battered pork gets fried until crispy then tossed in a sweet and tangy sauce.

    $18.00

    Lemon Chicken Chinese lemon chicken is crispy battered chicken breast pieces

    smothered in a sweet and tangy lemon sauce. $19.00

    Kkanpunggi (Deep-fried Chicken in Hot

    Pepper Sauce)

    Kkanpunggi is spicy garlic fried chicken stir-fried with vegetables and a sweet, sour, spicy sauce. It’s a Korean Chinese dish,

    originating in China but modified to suit Korean tastes, with Korean ingredients.

    $19.00

    Chinese

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    Nasi Goreng (Indonesia Fried Rice)

    It’s mainly rice with just a little bit of meat and just onion for the vegetables. The thing that distinguishes it from other Fried

    Rice dishes is the sauce which is made with kecap manis, a sweet soy sauce that stains the rice dark brown and caramelizes

    the rice when it cooks.

    $9.90

    Shrimp Pattai (Thai Style Fried Noodles)

    Pat - tai is a stir-fried rice noodle dish commonly served as a street food and at most restaurants in Thailand as part of the

    country's cuisine. It is typically made with rice noodles, shrimp, peanuts, a scrambled egg, and bean sprouts, among other

    vegetables.

    $9.50

    Katpaomusap (Copped Basil Pork &

    Steamed Rice)

    This Thai basil pork is slightly spicy and made with ground pork, fish sauce, soy sauce, garlic, shallots, Thai chiles, and basil.

    $9.50

    Indonesian

    Thai

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    BBQ Chicken Cobb Salad Cobb salads is loaded with zesty barbecue chicken, black beans,

    cheese and cheddar jack cheese. Sauce: Balsamic, Ranch, Blue Cheese

    $8.50

    Avocado Salad

    This salad combines fresh, ripe avocados, crisp cool cucumbers, and a light lime dressing. If you love guacamole, then you will

    love this easy avocado salad. Sauce: Balsamic, Ranch, Blue Cheese

    $8.50

    Salad Pasta

    Vibrantly colorful, All the fun textures, ranging from chewy pasta (which can be

    GF) to crunchy sw