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
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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