I love this restaurant! I've been coming here ever since my family discovered it a 6 years ago. But in case you're wondering what the difference is between regular Chinese or regular Korean versus Korean-Chinese food, it's all about the noodles! If you come here, make sure to order some of the jja-jang-myun (noodles with black-bean sauce, vegetables, and pork) or the tang-soo-yook (battered and deep fried pork or beef in a sweet and sour sauce). When requested, you can get chinese-style kimchi, onions and black bean sauce, and sometimes some crunchy noodles to munch on. But nothing beats the speed of service here -- The wait time for this food ranges somewhere between 4 and 7 minutes. So come hungry and you'll be fed QUICK (as long as you figure out what you actually want to eat!). If you want something hearty and sinus-clearing, order the jjamppong (spicy noodle soup with seafood and vegetables). Sundays may get a little busy because of all the Korean congregations that come en-masse. The interior ambience isn't quite that impressive nor is the location of the restaurant, but overall, great food and great service!
Pros: Excellent food and super-fast service
Cons: Ambience and decor, could use some natural light (windows)