The pastries were terrible. We sampled a bunch, since it was my birthday. (We bought $43 worth of different pastries! DX) This was the first time we had ever been there. If you can believe it- the pastries at Walmart are infinitely better! The cream-filled doughnuts had a tiny dot of cream on the inside and was more like whipped cream from a can. My brother summed up this place perfectly. He said, "This place just knows how to make bread look good." It's true- the pastries were just *slightly* sweet bread. Even the cheesecake seemed bread-like with a slight hint of sweetness! I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS PLACE! It was very disappointing... :(
A very nice store conveniently located off of Buford Hwy with a wide selection and a friendly staff.
Came here with my beautiful family and i was devestated on arriving. Upon stepping in the building, I noticed that all the tables were taken up by students sitting by themselves at 6 seating booths. The staff was extremely nice, but it was as if nobody wanted to clean the tables. The smoothies and teas were satisfying but I cannot say the same about the pastries. I orders the bacon maple syrup donut and it was slightly stale, along with a pork bun that was made out of a hotdog. I cannot express how disgusting the pastries were. Do not take this review with a grain of salt, take it like a slab of wood. Until next time, its been real.
Location: A building next to an auto shop. It has its own parking lot, but can be a bit difficult to get to. Atmosphere: Super clean and rustically decorated. I loved how they had cool wooden furnishing and also displayed different pieces of porcelain on the walls with very interesting and nice korean flair. Food/Beverages: They serve alcohol, tea and water. I ordered the kimchi jiggae which was by far one of the best that I’ve ever had in Atlanta. I also ordered the mung bean pancakes, which were fabulous as well. Everything I had here was great. From the different side dishes, to their flavorful stews, everything was delicious. I also love the fact that they still keep it traditional, by serving the rice in a hot stone pot. Many places do not do this anymore so it was a definite plus to have it here. Their side dishes were also very good and they actually offered a wide array of them (8). Service: Our servers were very friendly and sweet and by our side whenever we needed anything. Overall: This is definitely my new go to spot for korean food. I fell in love with everything and the food was by far some of the best korean fare that I have had in awhile. I cannot believe that I have never been here sooner and will definitely be back soon. They offer a wide array of traditional dishes that many other places do not.
fast, good service, good food i love this place, fast delivery toogood kid behind the counter......
When we are done eating and chatting at the table , we asked for one more tea from the waitress who didn't do it because we had already paid the bill.
After waiting over an hour for food last night opened my bag to find roaches running over my food DO NOT EAT HERE! recieved no apology at all all they cared about was coming back to get their food from me you people are disgusting !
They have Korean soups...I haven't had that since living near Oakland in Pittsburgh...I feel Korean foods is pretty healthy. Good service. Clean. A lot of Asian customers which tells me that they would know what is good. I am planning to come back to have the seafood soup again...maybe some kimchi.
This restaurant has one of the best service and the best food I have tasted in Duluth, Ga. The only problem I have with this place is the limited seats which is a bummer if you have a large family during busy days such as Friday and Saturday afternoons. You guys got to try the Mongolian Beef and the Shrimp with Lobster Sauce.
great deal. soup was cold though. Otherwise, the server was prompt