This restaurant, which is in a city in the middle of nowhere, sports one of the finest Korean restaurants in the state. Let's face it - the outside needs help. I've got half a mind to pay for it myself; that's how sad it is. But no one comes to this place for the decor; heck, even the inside ain't anything to write about it (so I won't do it). We come here for the food. And let me tell you - even with all its faults, the food and service in this place makes this a 5-star joint. She makes the mandoo (dumplings), kimbap, almost everything BY HAND. NO ONE does that anymore. We Koreans only do that at home. But she does it for her customers; her own family eats here because she cooks for us customers instead of at her house. So, she can actually say that when you're here, you're family; and I can think of no greater compliment than saying that about a owner-run restaurant.
Authentic Korean cuisine complete with side dishes of rice, bean sprouts, and various types of kimchi. I loved the Korean-style beef ribs and my wife especially enjoyed her medium spiced chicken bulgoki...and the mandu is rolled by hand! I've been to Korea many times and Song's is as good as it gets!!!
Don't let the outside looks of the building scare you. The building is actually owned by local Dr. Foley. The inside is very clean and all food is cooked fresh by Song. My favs are chicken bokkum and yakimandu. DELISH!!
Song's is awesome! The building and decor is very basic, but the food is always fresh and the portions are good sized. Song is very friendly and always comes to our table to say hi and make sure we're happy. If you like Korean food, give it a try you won't regret it.