Although the exterior leaves a lot to be desired, the interior was surprisingly clean and updated from the former Chinese/Korean restaurant that used to be in the space. On the right side of the restaurant is the main dining room with some tables and booth seating. The front-mid corridor offers a couple of private dining tables that are curtained off and the left wing of the restaurant can be closed off for private parties and seat probably 50-60 people. I went with a party of 10 so they let us sit in the private dining area wing and it was very nice to have an empty room so that the 3 small children in our party could make noise and fidget without us feeling bad about interrupting other diners. As for the food, they had an expansive menu of your typical Chinese restaurant, which was broken up into different sections (appetizers, chicken, pork, etc.). They also have a lot of Chinese/Korean dishes like Jajangmyun, kangpoongi, tangsooyuk, and japchae. They had some preset menus for bigger parties, so we went with menu B which included all of the above plus mapa tofu, and a few other dishes. For the price point, we got a TON of food and all the dishes came out in good time and tasted so great. I might even venture to say that their jajagnmyun is the best I've had in Atlanta! Service was wonderful and the food just kept coming and coming. Although we were in the separate room, the staff checked up on us frequently to see if we need anything and to refill drinks.
Jin K. on Jan 19, 2016