Casual, contemporary Korean in a simple storefront with white walls and bright lights, situated between a pizzeria and a gym. Framed photos of menu items are hung near the counter. Refrigerator cases hold an array of grab-and-go options.
Parsippany resident Jack Hong opened the family-owned eatery in the spring of 2017. His daughter Michelle helps with marketing the restaurant.
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There are eight specialty rice bowls bearing cute names like B.Bop (bulgogi, pictured, with thin slices of marinated steak, sautéed onions and carrots); S.Bop (samgupsal bokem, which is stir-fried pork belly in a sweet-and-sour sauce); and J.Bop (japchae, which is sweet-potato vermicelli with sautéed vegetables). Customize your ramen with a choice of four soup bases (in ascending order of spiciness: green tea, red, red miso and white pork tonkatsu). Twice-fried Korean fried chicken (available in 6-, 12-, or 20-piece orders) is perfectly crispy despite its delicious slather of soy-garlic sauce. Choose from 11 bubble tea flavors, including green tea, mango and lychee.
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