I've gone there twice so far, once for dinner and once for tea and cookies. The place is beautifully decorated and somewhat sparse, with a nice color scheme, attractive furniture and tracklighting. For dinner I had jap chae bop and my friend had bibimbap. Everything was very tasty. Service was friendly and attentive, and I believe that the woman who waited on us is was the owner.
Later I went back to hang out for a couple hours and enjoyed green tea and the assorted Korean "cookie" plate, which in fact turned out to be soft rice cakes along the lines of Japanese mochi. They had different toppings: honey, soy powder, and other things I didn't recognize, but all were enjoyable.