tried them about a year ago. truth be told, the thing i remember most about the place is the muzak which consisted of pop/rock songs covered by a pan flute.
having said that, the mandoo were ok,
certainly not better than the fresh made buns i can get at noodle house in monterey park, even if they’re not nearly as pretty.
ditto for the fried potstickers, which were crispy and not greasy.
and they brought out an IIRC avocado filling that they brought out for us to sample and provide feedback
i understand what they were going for with crispy exterior/creamy interior. it was ok.
we also tried the seafood noodle soup
to give you a frame of reference as to the size of the seafood, that’s not a bowl, it’s a soup spoon.
and their version of tonkatsu (i think i spelled it correctly for once!)
i don’t consider it a destination place, but a chacon son gout.
i’d just get the biriyani with the lamb shank at BKH on the same block