The best Korean food in Nashville is served at this humble storefront eatery in a characterless shopping center in an unremarkable part of west Nashville. The Choi family serves up excellent dishes such as bulgolgi (marinated, grilled meat) and dolsot bibimbap (steamed rice, vegetables, and beef served in a hot stone bowl), and they are all reasonably priced. The sides, which accompany each entrée and which include kimchi, Korea's spicy version of sauerkraut, and crunchy little dried fish, are almost a meal unto themselves. Catch up on the news by watching the Korean television channel that plays from the set mounted on the wall.