There isn't much parking as this is a very small plaza but when the other shops aren't open, there are definitely enough spots.
Their menu is simple enough to read since it's in Korean and English. They don't have a lot of variety but most people that go there eat the Soontofu (tofu stew). The portions are for one person and it's definitely enough but if you're hungry enough, you can try the boiled or toasted dumplings!
As with all Korean meals, it comes with side dishes that include fried fish, cold tofu, bean sprouts, kimchi and sometimes tofuyaki if the restaurant is not busy.
I ordered the pork soontofu and Monica ordered the oyster soontofu. Each bowl of soontofu comes with a raw egg that you can break into the stew to make it thicker if you want. You can choose how spicy you want the stew to be. She prepares the rice into a separate bowl and then pours hot tea into the stone pot to loosen the rice. You eat the soaked rice at the end and it's good for digestion.
The price including tax and tip is around $10 for each bowl of soontofu and it keeps you very full and is a great source of protein. It's definitely a place worth checking out especially now with the colder winter weather!