Glad we stopped in. Korean food is a favorite of mine and I was not disappointed. The service was attentive and pleasant. Don't think you could go wrong with Lee's.
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What a surprise to find this wonderful restaurant hidden on the ground floor of the office building next to HI-E I was staying at. Stayed three nights and ate here two nights. They were closed Sunday or it would have been all three. Friendly attentive...More
Went to visit Lee's last night and I must say the food was amazing, authentic Korean food just like I remembered in my travels. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who is looking to experience a great Korean cuisine.
Have enjoyed this unassuming Korean restaurant for over twenty years. The banchan is always a delicious start to the meal. The bibim naeng myun is fantastic if you like cold noodle dishes. I happily eat the entire bowl. Can't recommend Lee's more for those looking...More
My husband and I are always on the look out for authentic Korean experiences, this restaurant gets high marks. Loved the small dishes and the bulgogi. We also tried the seafood pancake and was happily satisfied. Highly recommend this restaurant!
Went there tonight. Walked in. Saw the sign that states " WAIT TO BE SEATED. " So we waited. No one acknowledged us. Saw a lot of people waiting with no food on the table. We left. Guess we won't be going back.
We haven't been here in years. The restaurant appears to be a little cheerier than I remember. The service was good and we were seated quickly. The order of spring rolls were tasty and the kimchi was very good. That was the highlight. The two...More
We stayed at a hotel near here and were pleased to have a great restaurant just blocks away! We ordered a few dishes and shared them, and this was a good way to go! We had the bulgogi, black bean paste noodles, and yaki mandu....More