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Snapshot: pork bokum at Hana in Ypsi

 
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20140327-172200.jpg One of my favorite parts about rotating in the Ypsi community clinics is being able to try a whole bunch of new restaurants that are normally too far away. It was hailing/sleeting when I pulled into the parking lot of Hana. Although it appeared run-down from outside, the restaurant had quite a homey interior that reminded me of Maru, the Korean restaurant downtown that closed last year. A nice Korean lady, who appeared to be managing all the tables in the restaurant, quickly seated me and took my order. I got pork bokum, and it was delicious. Although the quality of the meat wasn’t the highest, the sauce was very flavorful, with a perfect balance of sweet and spicy, and the three banchan were quite tasty as well. Lunch was $7. Not the best Korean food in the area, but a great deal for a quick, tasty lunch. Check them out on Yelp!

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