Bon Ga’s location between storefronts may be easy to overlook but if a serving of genuine Korean cuisine sounds good to you, you shouldn’t miss this small café-style restaurant.
The menu is written in Korean and English languages, so you won’t have any trouble finding something you like. Besides a great number of side dishes, the choice includes purple rice, kimchi and other Korean specialties like kalbi, bulgogi, and bibimbap - a rice-vegetable-meat mixture served in a hot stone bowl.
If you order a meat platter, you can either choose to grill it yourself or ask the staff to assist you. Good to know: a button located at your table will ring a bell to let the staff know that you would like service.