At Yeowoosai, language is no barrier. No matter what language you speak, Korean or English or something else, the language of love is universally understood; well, at least that's what the owner hopes for. The restaurant's name literally means, as one of the waiters explained, "let's talk about love here."
But it's hard to talk with your mouth full. All portions here are intended for two or more people, so make sure to bring a friend (or lover, to keep the mood). Kimchi soup is popular, as is the famous popcorn chicken ($16). If you're not in the wooing mood, turn your attention instead to one of the six large flat-screen TVs, which play a variety of Korean and American pop music videos. There's also karaoke next door, so you may want to load up on some soju (sweet Korean rice vodka, $9.99) or beer to get in a rockin' frame of mind.
Average cost: <$10
Centerstage Reviewer: Beatrice Smigasiewicz