The menu here is all over the place, but at least they prepare you for it. (It’s global.) You can get some Korean-style bulgogi here or you can get a burger. This cozy Prospect Heights restaurant does comfort food from around the world, and it’s all pretty satisfying. You’ll find a good neighborhood crowd here at dinner, and you might have to wait for table on weekends. If you want something filling and reasonably priced, however, it’s worth the wait.
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