Won Ju is the closest you'll get to real Korean food. Most dishes are grilled over open flame and served in the hot pot in which they were cooked. "That makes for a very interesting dining experience." Owner Hui-Kyong is very particular about keeping the food original to its true Korean origin, but also seeks to meet the growing demand for light and healthy eating. "What makes our food so popular is that it is primarily vegetable and seafood based, with very little fat or cholesterol."
What makes Korean food so good is its wide gamut of tastes. One can order a spicy dish, loaded with garlic, peppers and ginger or one that is equally tasty but mild.
Already Won Ju has earned a reputation with locals for their "hot pots." Served as they are in Korea, hot pots are a type of stew or soup filled with meats, chicken and/or vegetables in a wrought iron pan, placed on a wooden plate. Another favorite among customers with a milder palate is the appetizer called Hae Mul Pa Jun, assorted seafood with a pan fried green onion.
Portions are large and each entrée comes with an assortment of Korean side dishes like marinated mushrooms, Kim Chi, potatoes, cucumbers, and green onions prepared in tasty sauces. "Compared to other restaurants in the area, we offer a lot of good food for a very reasonable price.
"My Mamma had a big restaurant in Korea. I watched her as a girl and learned what I know today." Visit us today and experience genuine Korean cuisine and hospitality.