Like the entrées served in a towering foam cup, this place gets better the deeper you dig in. While the renovated Wienerschnitzel might be easy to pass by, inside a bright, cheerful interior complements a bold menu. We loved the spicy kimchi ramen, served in portions large enough for two, but we couldn’t pass on a bulgogi combo with sweet-savory beef, spicy-sour pork, and sesame-garlic chicken. Since the dishes are so inexpensive, you can afford to try a few. We rounded out our family-style meal with crisp pork dumplings cut through with fresh green onion and, for a bite of dessert, a fried sweet potato soaked in honey.