A friend took me to this little "hole in the wall" restaurant almost 25 years ago. We thought it was our best kept secret, with amazing fresh food, generous portions and low prices. Word caught on fast somewhere down the road because the place is always busy.
When I go back home I always try to get in a visit...the food is the exact same, although the prices have gone up, but we'll blame that on cost of living...
Eating at the Bul Go Gi House is like smelling an old perfume your Mom used to wear, takes you back and makes you smile!