We offer you to experience the royal cuisine of Korean culture and authentic Japanese sushi. Best Korean Cuisine in Southern Oregon
Meals prepared for kings during the Joseon Dynasty which ruled Korea
Gujeolpan was one of the ancient Korean royal dishes, served to the king. The name, gujeolpan, originated from a wooden tray with nine compartments. This tray was used to serve a dish with 8 different fillings and small thin wraps. Number 9 has a meaning of “all” and was believed to bring good luck.
The UNESCO World Heritage–listed city of Gyeongju dates back to the days of the 2nd-century Silla dynasty, with ancient temples, traditional villages, and rich culture.
Sundubu (Korean soft tofu soup) is made with freshly curdled soft tofu (which has not been strained and pressed) and vegetables with a choice of seafood, chicken, beef or pork. It is healthy, hot, spicy (or no spicy), filling, comforting, and delicious. Sundubu is one of the most popular items in our restaurant.
Bulgogi is made of thin, marinated slices of beef grilled on a barbecue or on a stove-top griddle. Bulgogi comes from bul (fire) and gogi (meat). It originated in the Goguryeo era in Korea and stuck around because it's literally just that good. Because beef was generally expensive back then, it was served for the wealthy noble class. So dine like kings and queens.
DOLSOT BIBIMBAP (돌솥 비빔밥)
Dolsot Bibimbap (stone pot bibimbap) is served as a bowl of warm white rice topped with namul (sautéed and seasoned vegetables) and gochujang (chili pepper paste). A raw or fried egg and sliced meat (usually beef) are common additions. Please stirred together thoroughly just before eating.