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vegetarian friendly. baby snow peas steamed with a dash of sea salt.
Baby Spring Rolls
vegetarian friendly. crispy rolls with mushrooms and japchae. 6 pieces.
Duk Bok Ki
spicy. rice and fish cake with assorted veggies in a sweet spicy sauce.
Go Goo Ma
vegetarian friendly. sweet potato balls deep-fried and lightly coated with bread crumbs.
steamed shrimp cylinder dumplings.(10pcs)
vegetarian friendly. fried tofu with special house sauce.(4pcs)
korean style pancake with choice of kimchee or seafood.
vegetarian friendly. mixed fresh greens with french dressing
vegetarian friendly. japanese style marinated seaweed.
Soon Doo Bu Salad
vegetarian friendly. chilled silken tofu marinated in soy sauce.
Stews & Casseroles
All Served With Side Of Rice.
Seafood Soon Doo Bu
spicy. silken tofu, shrimp and squid in spicy broth.
Dyen Jang Jigae
vegetarian friendly. savory bean paste stew with tofu.
Yook Gae Jang
spicy. shredded beef with egg and veggie in spicy stew.
tender beef rib soup.
spicy. kimchee stew with pork, tofu and scallion.
Duk Mandu Gook
handmade pork dumplings with rice cake and egg in clear broth.
Dae Gu Tang
spicy. codfish stew.
Dak Doree Tang
spicy casserole with chicken, potato, carrots, onions and veggies.
spicy. ramen noodles with egg and veggies.
vegetarian friendly. udon noodles with assorted veggies
vegetarian friendly. stir-fried sweet potato noodles with veggies.
spicy. house ramen with rice cake and mandu with egg.
Shrimp Tempura Udon
udon noodles with tempura shrimp and veggies.
spicy. stir-fried sweet potato noodles with assorted seafood.
All Served With A Side Of Rice.
braised marinated short ribs with onions.
thinly sliced marinated rib eye with veggies and japchae.
Sam Kyup Sal Pork Belly Entree
grilled pork belly served with sesame dipping oil.
Dak Gui Entree
grilled and marinated chicken.
Spicy Salmon Entree
spicy dish. grilled salmon topped with spicy house sauce.
Ojingeo Bokkeum Entree
spicy dish. stir-fried squid with assorted veggies in spicy sauce.
Jup She Special Entree
spicy dish. served 3-4. a healthy serving of assorted seafood in a delicious spicy house sauce.
Galbi Jhim Entree
braised and marinated tender beef ribs with carrots, and sweet potato.
Jae Yook Bokkeum Entree
spicy stir-fried pork with assorted veggies.
Doo Bu Kimchee Entree
spicy kimchee stir fried with tofu and pork.
Salmon Teriyaki Entree
grilled salmon topped with teriyaki sauce.
Jangeo Gui Entree
grilled eel in special house sauce.
Seafood Udon Bokkeum Entree
assorted seafood stir-fried over udon noodles.
Hot Stone Bowl Bibimbap
Traditional Korean Dish Prepared And Served In A Hot Stone Bowl. Served Over Steamed Rice.
Tofu-veggie Hot Stone Bowl Bibimbap
Spicy Seafood Hot Stone Bowl Bibimbap
Bulgogi-kaenip Hot Stone Bowl Bibimbap
Galbi Short Rib Hot Stone Bowl Bibimbap
Yook Hwe Steak Tar Tar-egg Hot Stone Bowl Bibimbap
Dak Gui Hot Stone Bowl Bibimbap
Jangeo Broiled Eel Hot Stone Bowl Bibimbap
Bulgogi-kimchee Hot Stone Bowl Bibimbap
spicy dish. korean basil.
Jae Yook Spicy Pork Hot Stone Bowl Bibimbap
vegetarian. not hot stone. mixed veggies served over rice with fried egg.
green tea, mango, red bean & ginger
Once the artistic hub of New York City, SoHo (South of Houston) is now one of the premiere shopping destinations in the world. Housing everything from the most popular luxury brands to swank boutiques you won’t find anywhere else, this is a sophisticated shopper’s dream come true. Broadway teems with big-name stores and people during the day, while Prince and Spring Streets are the other main drags to
explore by foot. Take a detour down the quieter side streets to see the real star of the district –majestic cast-iron architecture everywhere you look. What were once warehouses and art studios are now meticulously restored loft buildings favored by many of New York’s celebrities, making SoHo one of the trendiest addresses in the city. The pretty streets of Nolita (North of Little Italy) offer a more sedate vibe, with plenty of tiny boutiques and hip restaurants to seek out.