Generous portions of marinated and fresh vegetables and another perfectly fried egg compensated for rather tough and dull beef in the bulgogi bibimbap; I also would have appreciated more hot sauce. Unlike some of the other Korean restaurants in town, the spice factor at Seoul Street is not high, so those who avoid chiles can probably feel at ease here. Even the kimchi was unusually low-key.
Although both Eat and Seoul Street have a few seats, they are geared primarily for takeout, so your best option, particularly for Seoul Street, where the chicken takes twenty to thirty minutes to fry, is to call ahead or order online. Bag in hand, you can then zoom home, uncork the wine, slip a movie into the DVD player, and transform Tuesday night into a weekend evening.
Tues.–Sat. noon–8 p.m. Closed Sun. & Mon.
Sandwiches $7–$8; sides, soups, and salads $3.50–$7; entrées $12–$16