I was so excited to go back to this place. I had only been here once about 3 years ago. I quite enjoyed my time. I went back with a friend who is actually Korean.
Look at the adorable tables you can sit at for an authentic experience!
We started with the dumplings. One of my favorites. Goon Man Du
Pan fried dumplings (7 pcs) - vegetables & tofu. The dipping sauce was amazing and so simple. Some soy sauce, garlic, onion and deliciousness awaits!
Here are the bowls of the accoutrement (Ban Chan) that awaits you! Top row L - R (potato, pickled turnip, kimchi, shiatake mushroom) Bottom Row L-R (spinach, cucumber, black bean, don't remember the last one) I made a beeline for the kimchi, potato and shiatake mushroom.
Lisa ordered the Bibim Bab (choice of Chicken / Beef / Tofu) Rice mixed with seven kinds of vegetables and topped with an egg with spicy sauce on the side. Here you can see the server mixing in the egg and adding spicy sauce to Lisa's specification.
I ordered the Mae Un Sae Woo Bok Um Spicy stir fried shrimp with cabbage, long hot peppers, mushrooms, zucchini, onion, green onion, and carrots. Very good. Large, HUGE shrimp were in this dish. I didn't count them but there must have been 7 or 8. The flavor was very good, spicy but a slow burn kind of spicy. Very good.
Riverside appears to have a large clientele of Cincinnati residents. The people who came in for dinner did not appear to live in Covington. But maybe I'm being too judgmental.