FOOD: “Toji Korean Grill”

From Willamette Week’s “Cheap Eats” Guide to Portland 2008:

Before you fire up the grill on top of your table at Toji, slurp a bowl of miso soup ($2.50) and some japchae ($7.50), a sweet dish of stir-fried sweet-potato noodles with onions, carrots, zucchini and shiitake ’shrooms. Then roll up your sleeves and grill the gingery chicken nulgogi ($15.95). If it doesn’t taste good, you have only yourself to blame. Your server will bring out an eclectic selection of small side dishes. You can ask what they are—lettuce, bean sprouts, green beans, egg, potato, a couple of different soy sauces, anchovies—or just shut up and eat ’em because they’re delicious.

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