This a one of our local bars. It's sort of a hole in the wall, but has so much character. The inside is cluttered with old business cards and nautical relics of the past.
One of my favorite parts is that the menu is hand written on the lid of an old cooking pot. The bar specializes in seafood and there's a big seafood tank outside on the street filled with clams, octopus, squid, sea squirts, abalone, fish, and weird sea worms.
Here's a close up on the menu. We ordered Dubu Kimchi (tofu kimchi) though in the past we've had other dishes that were really good.
Here's our dubu kimchi. The big chucks of tofu are sooo good especially when eaten with bites of the spicy seafood kimchi. The black sesame seeds are also a really nice touch.
When dining out sometimes the owner will send over a "service" dish as a way to thank customers for their business. We received a roasted fish side "service" dish that night. Thank you and we will be coming back!