I was travelling with my familly in Nashville, and got hungry for Korean food (we are Koreans). Without any knowledge on which Korean restaurant is good, we relied on GPS to pick closest Korean restaurant.
Decor is not so pretty, but the food was great.
Our family had Galbi (marinated beef rib), Dak Bulgogi (spicy chicken), and fish soup. All of them were so good. Thanks to the cook and GPS, we had a greatest meal in Nashville.
Authentic Korean Food. Hai Woon Dai isn't much to look out from the outside. Although it is right off of Antioch Pike and easily accesible from I-24, it holds a monument of Korean tradition. I have personally scouted out each Korean restaurant known to me in the Nashville area, and by service and quality of food, this is one of the best rated (in my book). I cuisined on the 'Cha Chang Myun', a brown bean paste noodle dish while my boyfriend dined on the 'seafood soup'. The service was quick, and luckily my boyfriend's water was full at all times to soothe his hot mouth. The appetizers you normally get with a Korean cuisine were fresh and tasty. Another plus about this restaurant: They are open on Sundays! I would recommend this to any Murfreesboro people because you do not have to drive far into Nashville to enjoy a great Korean meal.
South Korean immigrant and established Elliston Place sushi chef has attention on native cuisine at this neighborhood restaurant..
Plain white walls and wood-paneled booths keep the focus on fresh ingredients at this no-frills Korean restaurant owned by Yun Choo of Samurai Sushi. Asian couples and families move in and out of the tables turning during lunch and dinner. Those who like it hot often choose bibimbap--a bowl of vegetables, egg and rice served with hot chili paste. Milder choices include barbequed beef bulgogi. Extras like kimchi, spouts and seaweed salad accompany entrees.
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