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12/20/09Provided by Citysearch
It's pretty decent food... we choose the grill option on the table and ordered the spicy chicken & regular chicken to grill on our grill. The spicy chicken was okay, but the regular was better... we tried different customizations to suit our tastes.
03/20/09Provided by Citysearch
I have eaten here many times and this place consistently delivers delicious, fresh Korean food. The banchan (small side dishes) are great too - the potato in sweet soy glaze is delicious (and addictive) as is the marinated zucchini. They make some of the best japchae (stir fried potato noodles with beef and onions) around, and the prices are very reasonable. I can't wait to try the table-side BBQ! Other recommended dishes: dol sot bibim bap, tofu soup, and the bento meals are really great too.
12/30/07Provided by Citysearch
Good prices, swift service, homey atmosphere. We've gone three times in as many weeks, and each time, the food is well prepared. The dolsot bibimbap is excellent. The side dishes are absolutely delicious - especially the marinated potatoes and sprouts... (though I am in no way criticizing the kimchee). Excellent!
08/18/06Provided by Citysearch
The decor of the place is pretty plain but the food is good...the portion of the spicy marinated chicken we ordered was huge. It was really good too...so was the kimchee, pork, tofu and vegetable soup...but it could've had less tofu and more soup in there. Although i do love tofu. I also enjoyed the pickled dishes they serve you, about 6 or 7 of them.
The only negative thing was the waitress cause she wasn't very friendly and didn't check on us except once...didn't even fill our water once. Other than that and the slight dingyness of the place i loved the food and so would go back again.
04/01/06Provided by Citysearch
We love eating here time and time again. We always get the meat jun and fried mandoo. My spouse loves all the sides, especially the kim chee dishes. Yeah, we sometimes have to ask for utensils and more hot tea or ice water, but the food itself makes it all worth it.
03/05/06Provided by Citysearch
I'm Korean American female, and i seem to notice that i will get lesser service in Korean restaurants. The servers feel like they can kind of ignore you while they run around for the older Korean customers (who are generally more demanding). The ambience here is cozy, the dining space is small and it has a country style feeling (darker woods). half the tables have yakiniku (bbq table).
the food is fine and the price is very fair. i mainly am concerned with the waitress i've had indifferent attitude. I have to go up to the counter to get hot tea, to get my own spoons etc.
I never expect good customer service in a homestyle korean restaurant (unlike a japanese restaurant) but this was beyond the typical.
07/19/05Provided by Citysearch
It is the place to enjoy Korean food. You are given several choices of side dishes and the best part... the keep coming! The dishes we tried we delicious though not too heavy. We definitely enjoyed the tasty food, the affordable prices and friendly atmosphere and we are definitely coming back!
08/16/04Provided by Citysearch
Wow... Soo good. I love Kimchi and I love the gijae here at Koreana. There meat is so good. I think Koreana has changed a little but it seems like it tastes a lot better than before. I think the owner changed. I don't know but all I know is that it's GOOD!!!
06/01/04Provided by Citysearch
Portland's Korean Restaurant by far. I love this place. Great environment. Great Food. Anthentic. I am from Korea and this place reminds me of home cooking. The Cook is very kind and extremely caring for her customers. 4 out of 4 stars. Keep up the good work, Koreana.