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Posted by Sylvia on 05/12/2010
I just LOVE the atmosphere here!! Feels like I'm back in Korea again. Really enjoyed my soondoobo, also the pajeon is the best. I think I have tried pretty much everything on the menu since I've discovered this place. Everything is superb! Definitely try this place out!
Posted by WannabeKorean on 02/05/2008
This place isn't great, but it's not terrible either. The Kalbi is so-sotough and not the best marinade ever hae mul pa jun is a little chewy and rubbery the Yuk Hwe Bibim Bop surprisingly good. There are many, many better Korean places in Wheaton and VA. If you are in the district and craving Korean food, I gues it will do.
Posted by Will B on 10/14/2007
Pretty good Korean. I recently moved from New York, where I'm used to great food from K-town, so my expectations were a little low. I was very pleasantly surprised. I had the Dol Sot Bibimbap, and my girlfriend had the Jap Chae. Both were really good, and the portions were great. I usually don't like too many of the little appetizers they give in the beginning, except for the Kimchi, but there were one or two others I liked this time (though I have no idea what they're called). Pricing was very reasonable, and overall was a good experience.
Posted by Amoinet on 03/21/2007
1st - I'm half Korean. 2nd - I'm a waitress at a very nice restaurant in downtown DC. So you can trust my advice. Korean food is hard to judge because there aren't that many Korean restaurants out there. I eat at Yee-Hwa at least once a week. The atmostphere is great. Very classy and tasteful. For instance...fluffy, clean washcloths to dry your hands in the restroom. The only downside to the staff is that most of them are very Korean so a few of them have a hard time understanding special requests. But in that event, they'll get someone who can. Other than that, the staff is super friendly and ready to make your experience as authentic as possible. The manager even visits tables, which is a rarity in middle priced restaurants. As for the food, my title says it all. It's like mom used to make. Plus, if you happen to be going out and cant decide what type of Asian food you'd like or just can't agree...they serve Japanese food and quality sushi too!!! I highly recommend this restaurant.
Posted by CH on 11/04/2006
We enjoyed our dinner at Yee Hwa. While there are more expensive entrees available (around $35), there are many that are reasonable as well ($12-$15). For our party of 3 (without alcohol) the total was about $50. The starters were generous (7+) and tasty; we didn't need an appetizer. We had bi bim bab, a couple of sushis and a tofu seafood soup. All good choices. The service was attentive and personable. Some language barriers arose with certain members of the staff, but the attentitiveness/positive attitude left us with a good impression. For even better value, one might consider lunch, as it appeared that most all of the dinner items are available on the lunch menu as well.