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I'm actually curious the hear what people thought of this new place that occupy the old King Bee space. The restaurant has been open for about two weeks and the menu seemed to have some pretty interesting Korean based flavors. We stopped in for dinner on Saturday night, and ordered the Tofu appetizers, a Hwe Soba, Korean Seafood Pancakes and Soft Shell Crab.

 

The Hwe soba was basically a dish of soba with cubes of tuna, cucumbers, hard boiled egg and shredded seaweed. The sauce has a good dose of gochujang in it. For me, this is more interesting than the typical poke bowls I see everywhere, but many purist would undoubted find the gochujang overbearing for the tuna. But, if gochujang is your thing, you'll love this dish.

 

The tofu is a soft silky tofu baked Italian style with tomatoes and parmesan. Not exactly summer but oddly good.

 

Soft shell crab had a light flavorful batter and a wasabi dipping sauce, and the seafood pancake had a really nice crispy crust and really tender pieces of squid, octopus and scallop with long pieces of scallion. It was like the kind of pancakes you get one most Korean restaurants but made very well and with better ingredients.

 

The whole menu is a little disjointed but I like the chef's perspective on dish and her interpretation of flavors.

 

They don't have a liquor license yet and encourage you to BYOB. Dinner came in at a reasonable cost of $52 for two people.

 

 

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