... or at least I think that's why I've been eating it every day for lunch, for the past several days. I just want to give a shout out to this underrated little cart, since I've not seen more than one mention of it, on this board.
The galbi (#1 on the menu) is beautiful: well marinated, very tender and just fatty enough, but not too fatty. (Bulgogi and other menu items I've tried are just fair.) The meat comes over white rice and with a side of jap chae, kimchee, shredded lettuce, and a slice of orange and pineapple for dessert.
It's all quite a good deal for $6 and a very nice, possibly healthier substitute for the greasy gyro rice platters that otherwise dominate the street food scene 'round these parts.