I've had both types of food at Steel Wheels, and I much prefer the Korean food. On this visit, my friend and I decided on the spicy kimchi soup and the stir fried squid. You place your order at the cashier and then once your food is ready, they call you to come pick it up and you bring it to a table of your choosing.
|Stir Fried Squid|
|Kimchi Soup with tofu & pork slices|
|Kimchi soup comes with 2 bowls of white rice|
Did I mention they also sell pizza here? You can get two relatively decent sized slices for only $3. Not a bad price but there is a very limited selection of six types (see above) including bulgogi. Bulgogi is a Korean dish made up of grilled slices of beef marinated in a combination of soy sauce, garlic, onions, sesame oil, mushrooms and pepper. Unfortunately, the pizza didn't have a lot of bulgogi flavor, or if it did, it was smothered by the giant layer of cheese that covered it. To even finish the pizza, I had to drench my slice in ranch and hot sauces. The crust is of the frozen variety you might buy at the grocery store - thick, doughy, and altogether unimpressive. Although cheap, I have definitely had MUCH better pizza.
Top Pick of the Night: Kimchi Soup