I have eaten here a couple of times and it has been enjoyable. Authentic with a lot of noodle options.
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My family on my mom’s side is Korean. We first tried this place with gift certificates my uncle won in a golf tournament down in Fayetteville. He had no plans to visit Greensboro for a free meal, and I don’t think I would have tried...More
The wait staff is very helpful and will recommend dishes to people that aren't real familiar with Korean food. While I have a lot of experience with Korean, I decided to describe what I was in the mood for and the types of meats, etc....More
We once enjoyed this place, the past owner started to slip the bussiness, never felt like they wanted to serve customers / apparently, they moved on... the new owner try's, however, the food quality is average. The waitress was attentive, just felt like it was...More
Despite the same name, it is now under new management. It was packed last weekend and there was a 30 minute wait so did not get a chance to sample the food. The Korean lady does not have a strong command of English but she...More
The food is fabulous, the owners are very involved and friendly. The service is poor, you'll find yourself asking for napkins, plates and water and all the condiments that would be typically brought without asking... Very aggravating - the help seems overwhelmed.
Very very bad experience! A group of us (7) went to this restaurant to try something new. Growing up in Asia, we know what's "authentic" food. We're tired of the limited restaurant selection, so we decided to give it a try. 1. Look at the...More
I took some friends to Dasarang for lunch and the place was empty. Some of the menu items were on the pricey side, and it was not always easy to determine what each meal consisted of. I enjoyed my meal - but my 3 co-workers...More