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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Rich J.C. Korean Restaurant - Ann Arbor, Michigan

Rich J.C. is our favorite korean restaurant in town!  When we're craving home-made korean food this is the place we go and as "creatures of habit" we always order the same dishes.  We enjoy the dolsot (stone bowl) bi bim bop - it's white rice topped with bean sprouts, spinach, carrots, bulgogi beef, white radish served in a heated stone bowl.  The kimchi jjigae is kimchi stew comes with or without ramen, pork or tofu or chicken, kimchi and is also served in a heated stone bowl.

If you enjoy spicy foods, the dok boki (made with rice cakes) is a must try.  All in all, the food is great and for the price - it won't disappoint.  An added bonus - the owners are friendly and over the years have developed a frequency card for their customers.  If you're wondering what the J.C. stands for... you'll just have to stop by sometime to find out!

1313 South University Rd. A2, MI
734.769.2288
Hours: Monday thru Saturday 11-9pm
Closed Sunday

Quality of Food: 87
Quality of Service: 100
Value: 90
Atmosphere: 80
Overall: 89 (Very Good) 
Naeng Myun- Cold buckwheat noodles in beef broth! YUMMY!!! Great in the Summer.
Soon Tofu Jigae (tofu stew) fantastic!
Yook Gae Jang (my wife's favorite!)

Closed on Sundays
1313 South University Rd - A2, Michigan
Banchan(side dishes): Moo (korean radish) kimchee, soy bean sprouts, & pickled yellow radish 
Duk Boki (spicy korean rice cakes) 
Fried Rice Noodles with Seafood, super delicious!
Duk Mandoo Guk (Rice cake & dumpling soup), Duk Boki, Yook Gae Jang.  It is a tradition to eat Duk Mandoo Guk to celebrate the New Year.


Dolsot Bi Bim Bop with gochujang (korean red chili sauce)





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