I ate at Dok Suni's again a few days ago. My comment to the waitress after eating was that Dok Suni's is really an evergreen where the food never deteriorates. I got the squid moo-chim. I hadn't gotten that dish there for a few months (I usually get the hot and spicy broiled squid). They've changed it, but I liked it just as much as before. It's more vinegary and has more vegetables except for the carrots, which have decreased. I also think the sesame seeds are an added feature. It's more salad-like, but good and probably better for me. The panchan includes that great spicy cucumber dish, as always. In no way do I think Dok Suni's is one of the world's great restaurants, but it seems to remain dependable and good. Since the kitchen directly adjoins the dining room, it occurred to me to pop my head into the kitchen and thank the cooks for the good food before I left. I figure the direct feedback can't be a bad thing.