I showed up a bit past 6 in the evening. No one was at the counter; the woman who I assume was in charge of the cash register was talking to customers outside. Eventually, a man came from the back to take my order. I got the spicy pork plate ($8): pieces of pork cooked in a Korean sauce and topped with sesame seeds, served with brown rice and vegetables.
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|Spicy Pork plate (Young's Teriyaki)|
The vegetables, on their own, had zero flavor, so I relied on the leftover sauce from the pork to eat that. With respect to the brown rice, it was OK, but a small portion of the brown rice had some black foreign matter in it. It's bad enough that the food was not the greatest, but to be met with more unappetizing moments...that was just the last straw.
Hopefully, my visit was an anomaly, but I have to call it like I see it. Despite the promising sauce that dressed the pork, this is not a place I would return to. 1.5/10