2929 Victory Circle (off Fortson Road), 706-322-2214Hours: 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Saturday. Closed Sundays.
Menu: Korean and Chinese-style Asian food.
Beverages: Iced tea, soft drinks and coffee. Atmosphere: Asian-inspired wall murals on two walls, but it's basically an almost ascetic looking place for an Asian restaurant.
Cost: The most expensive item on the menu is the Galbi (Korean barbecue served with vegetable fried rice and Oriental slaw for $10.99, but most are in the $7.29 range, including Bulgogi (marinated steak with vegetable fried rice and chop ché or sauteed vegetables or Ya-Ché chicken (all-white chicken stir-fried with snow peas, water chestnuts and fresh vegetables and served with vegetable fried rice). And vegetarians need not fret, there are plenty of veggie dishes, including the signature Broccoli Jha-Nyk Vegetarian Dinner (stir-fried broccoli, mushrooms, onions and carrots served over steamed rice) for $6.99.
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