OMG, it's 9:15 P.M. and I'm still full from lunch today at Kimchi. Thanks to Karl and Limei for telling us about this place. We had two appetizers (both very large portions), two meals, two beers, and a bottle of very interesting rice wine and the total bill was around $65. I stuffed my face, took some home, and left some on my plate. Their menu has photos and english descriptions for most of the dishes. Before going, I Googled the appetizers that sounded like something I hadn't tried before. I ordered the Ddukbokgi. In white devil language, it is an Asian gnocchi. Just like Italian gnocchi, this Korean dish is very filling and Kimchi's portion could easily satisfy one as an entree, or serve 3-4 people as an appetizer. In addition to what you order, the restaurant provides six small dishes of Kimchi (cabbage, daikon radish, potato, fish cake, sprouted bean sprouts, and some other kind of radish), at no additional cost. The environment is comfortable with large tables and large chairs. They have space for large parties. Service was friendly and helpful, despite the language barrier. Kimchi is a diamond in the rough (Oviedo).