It's small, with about 12 tables. But the menu's complete with many of the Korean dishes you might want. There's no KBBQ, but lots of other stuff.
Started off with complimentary dukbokki, which had a hint of smoke flavor. I liked this very much.
Dumplings are freshly made and tender. Bibimbap is delicious and nicely toothsome after letting the piping hot bowl put a crust onto the brown rice.
The broth in the noodle soup is rich and absent the MSG flavor found in soups at other restaurants. Noodles were freshly made.
There was a variety of banchan, including different kimchees, potato salad, bean sprouts, leeks, radish, etc. About 8 different items.
The lady serving the food is like a Korean mother I never had. Very sweet.
Western Doma Noodle
429 N. Western Ave. (between Beverly and Melrose)
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