This venue is closed.
The predecessor to the more upscale Do Hwa, Dok Suni's offers a combination of real Korean food (though not the tabletop grill fare that most Americans associate with this cuisine) and westernized dishes of the meat-and-vegetable stir-fry variety. The more traditional Korean stuff, not surprisingly, is better. Not to be missed are the pork ribs, which rank with the finest examples of ribs available anywhere. What's more, the place is incongruously hip for a Korean restaurant.Recommended Dishes
Spicy broiled pork ribs, $16.95; hey-mul-pa-jun (seafood pancake), $13.95; bulgogi (marinated beef), $18.95
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