Top pick: Choose your gimbap filling from bulgogi, spicy tuna or Spam; no matter what, they’re great, and an incredible bargain.
The downside: The menu is relatively small compared to spots like Dal Dong Nae or Seoul Garden.
Fun fact: Damasita’s kimchi is a great addition to homemade breakfast tacos the next morning.
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