Our hot bowl was every bit as good as anything we’ve had around town at other Korean joints, with succulently marinated bulgogi, fresh shredded vegetables, and sticky, glutinous rice, all topped with a freshly cracked egg that was ready to be stirred into savory submission in the searing-hot bowl. And fuck Chipotle: The rest of the menu here guarantees you will never experience dining fatigue here the way you may have on swollen franchise burritos and bowls. We’re talking kimchi fried rice ($6.50), delicately browned fried meat dumplings with a perfect chili/sesame/soy sauce ($5.50), super-fresh Vietnamese-style spring rolls ($2.75, although next time we’d skip the mock-crab part because it ain’t our thing—though they're no longer available since we visited), and airy scallion pancakes ($9). Nothing is bad here. It’s all fresh and prepared in a bright, welcoming atmosphere, and you can ask for smaller portions of practically anything on the menu. You’ll never burn out on this place.