We come here regularly. The food is always great. Service is always great. Absolutely no complaints.
We haven't been here in years. The restaurant appears to be a little cheerier than I remember. The service was good and we were seated quickly. The order of spring rolls were tasty and the kimchi was very good. That was the highlight. The two main courses didn't measure up as in the past. When you pay $35 plus tip... 更多
We stayed at a hotel near here and were pleased to have a great restaurant just blocks away! We ordered a few dishes and shared them, and this was a good way to go! We had the bulgogi, black bean paste noodles, and yaki mandu. All were very good in their own way!! We would order them all again! The... 更多
Lee's is very close to several hotels off I-264 east. I ordered take out and it was ready in less than 15 minutes. It is a bit expensive ($16), but well worth it. The bulgogi I had was very flavorful and was a huge portion. Two people could easily split one order if they have appetizers or salads as well.... 更多
Have met family here a few times for lunch and so far we are all very impressed. Dishes are quite authentic and servings ample. The folks who run this place are very nice and service is above and beyond...with an apology if your glass runs even half empty. All entree's we've had were good and nice and spicy...not bland.
Lee's is located on the ground floor of what looks like an office building. Not easily noticeable, unless you're looking. Placed an order to go. The galbi was really tasty and cooked very well. The chicken bulgogi was a little on the dry side. There were also a couple of kim chee dishes that were included. There is a larger... 更多
We went here at around 6pm on a Saturday and it was not crowded. After we were seated other people came in. I guess it's good to arrive early to beat the crowd. Food was very good and tasty. And service was very fast. Will come here again if we visit Louisville again in the future.