khinese or corean?.
this is a chinese/korean affair. The cuisine is chinese food cooked in korean style. Basically by families who escaped to korea during japanese occupation..a chinese korea fusion if you will. Most westerners will not know the difference but since i have dined at so many different chinese and korean rests....i think i'm beggining to know the difference.
Noodles with black bean sauce is a dish you will ONLY find at these types of rests as well as the tang soo yolk? fried chicken with a clear sweet/sour sauce. You can NOT beat the prices here for a sit down rest. 5-6 dollars for the noodle dishes and about 6-7 for the one mentioned above. For a couple bucks more than Mr.
Craps/Chaus you can have this unique cuisine.
Also try the spice seafood noodle soup/stew...cham-pong i think.