Just arrived Olympia we came on to this restaurant took a chance , decor is nothing special the staff are very friendly and helpful we went for kimchi pancake ,tofu noodle . If you are in the area worth a visit
Originally called Chopsticks, it changed hands and now serves Korean food along with a Chopstick menu. The food was very tasty, and the service was fine. We had a pork bibimbap, and beef and chicken katsu. The kimchi side dish is also quite good. The service was fast, and our food came out nice and hot. A nice relaxing place... 更多
This was one of our favorite restaurants, so we were surprised to see that it had been sold as of 2016. They're changing the name, but I can't remember what it is. That doesn't matter though because we're not going back. It looks the same, but nothing else is. My favorite was the best sweet and sour chicken I've had... 更多
New owners, have cleaned it up, and big expanded menu...says Korean food, but seemed eclectic..very exciting to have a new place in town.
I am not sure how I found Chopsticks but I am so glad that I did. This is consistently good food. The Sui Kai Noodle soup is my version of chicken noodle soup. The Bite of Rice has renewed my love of pork chops. Thinly cut and expertly cooked porkchops served with rice, vegetables (some fresh, some pre-packaged) and gyoza,... 更多
While out shopping Chopsticks was recommended for it's quality food and fast service. It's a small place with an interesting... 更多
This restaurant was terrible. The service was terrible, we set there forever waiting for the waitress to bring us menus... 更多