Right away, we were impressed. When you walk in the door, you must remove your shoes and then the tables are a couple feet above floor level, but underneath is cut out so that you are sitting normally. This was awesome to me, because I love the idea of sitting on the floor in traditional Korean custom, but my Anglo body just can't take sitting cross-legged for more than a few minutes.
|Kumquat Iced Tea|
|Spicy Baby Dumplings|
We started out with some Kumquat Iced Tea and an order of the Spicy Baby Dumplings. The tea was actually a bit sweet for my taste, but I loved the ginormous, rustic bowl/mug it came in. The dumplings weren't too spicy and made a nice start to the meal.
|Kimchi Stone Rice Bowl|