If the architecture doesn't literally drive you mad, then you're rewarded with Streets Market's excellent prepared foods: The Korean chicken wings ($6.99)—six massive, spicy, yet candy-sweet wings—and the pork and rice box ($6.99)—a huge helping (too much, really) of Korean pork, white rice, and egg—are two favorites. A special last month that I wish they'd turn into a constant is the bulgogi burrito ($6.99), a spinach tortilla containing beef bulgogi, kimchi rice, and sour cream to balance the burrito out. Over in the corner right past the fruit and vegetables, in the bins for breads and rolls, are a few heartier, meal-like buns. There are chicken curry and bulgogi croquettes ($1.99 each) and a few dessert buns all priced at $1.79, including Korean-style green bean or red bean buns, a mocha bun, and a choux cream bun (a very sugary piece of bread shaped like a little tiny catcher's mitt full of cream—not creme, fuck creme—so it's sort of like a Boston Cream doughnut but not as intense). You can eat one of any of these and not hate yourself afterward like I do with most desserts.