First time coming here since I live in Aurora but decided to make the drive to Ft Collins and visit some people. I also wanted the chance to see the owners to see if they'd recognize me or not. I was one of their first customers when they opened up a sushi place on Prospect just after the train tracks basically a hop, skip, and a jump away from the Prospect Plaza apartments. I did happen to see Ji Yoon(sp?) but not her husband Sung Won. Sadly, she didn't recognize me which I didn't wholly expect her to. My friends and I ordered a lot of food trying to sample a little bit of everything. We had the kimchi pancake to start. It was a bit mild for my taste but overall good enough where the kimchi didn't overpower the dish itself. We also ordered a rainbow roll and a candy cane roll. The candy cane roll was phenomenal. I was feeling a little risky ordering this since I'm allergic to shrimp, but luckily I had some Claritin in the car and popped a couple before chowing down. The description alone sold me on it. There's a piece of Fuji apple in it that gives the whole roll a bit of sweetness to it as well as subtly changing up the texture with the crunchiness from the apple. I wanted to try the Suh Special but decided against it as it felt like it would put us over the limit. We ordered a plate of sliced pork belly which was crispy, almost like bacon. I ordered a bowl of the Army Soup (budae jjigae) which was pretty good, but not as good as a place in Denver that I frequent. Maybe since there wasn't any melted cheese in the soup? My friend didn't know what to order since she's leery of seafood because of the taste and texture of it, so I ordered a dolpang bibimbap for her. In hindsight I probably should've gotten her the dolsot bibimbap instead. The dolpang bibimbap is massive! It's so massive that I don't even think I could finish it which is saying a lot. Needless to say, she had to box it after finishing maybe a quarter of it. According to my receipt, Tao was our server. She was very helpful in providing insights into the differences between the dolsot and dolpang, but I wish she would've mentioned how big that dish was! Drinks were always topped off and she made the standard checks on us to see if everything was ok. If only I didn't live so far away, or if this place existed while I was going to college there, I'd frequent it more. I'd highly recommend this place if you live in Northern Colorado or if you're passing through!
The food was really good. We got the grill table bbq. Once we got the hang of time frame it was awesome. A great place for a date because it forces you to slow down, talk, and not be on your phone. Tucked back off college, so not obvious where it is.
This place is delicious! If you eat at the BBQ side, you cook your food fresh at the table. The waitress brings everything out for you. The atmosphere is fun, the food is great. The service could be a bit better. It's pretty clean also. I do recommend this place!
Where do I start??! I was recommended this place by a coworker of mine, and I just hadn't had the time to go until today. The server I had was so so nice, and she even gave me updates on my food when it took longer than expected. Everything I had in my bento was so flavorful and delicious, right down to the black sesame on my rice. Absolutely wonderful experience, and I've heard their to-go stuff tastes just as great!!
Love eating here. We do barbecue with friends or I love getting the kimchi soup. Definitely a Fort Collins staple if you like Korean food!!
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