The faux-Tiffany lampshades set a ’70s pizza parlour vibe, but the cooking is pure Korean comfort. Gently attentive cooking is evident in the richly rounded flavours underlining all the dishes here. Gori Gom Tang (oxtail soup) is properly slow-simmered, with a slightly cloudy stock and clean, rich beef flavours. Bul Go Ki (thinly sliced grilled beef) is perfectly cooked with a touch of sweetness in the marinade. Kimchi stir-fried noodles feature spicy cabbage, pork, and chewy noodles tossed in a rich chili sauce. The warm interior, comfortable booths, and friendly service attract a steady and loyal clientele.