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''2010-09-20 22:55:06'' [[nbsp]] Went there today at 6'oclock the personnel seemed very friendly and organized. I tried the crunchy chicken bowl and my friend the bbq beef bulgogi and both were very delicious. Definitely reccommended to people who need fast delicious food. I would rather spend my 7 bucks here than tacqueria or greasy mcdonalds. XD --["Users/soccerfied479"]

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Location
640 W. Covell Boulevard
(in Anderson Plaza)
Hours
Mon-Sat 11AM - 9:30 PM
Closed Sundays
Phone
(530)757-1734
Website
[WWW]http://www.example.com/
Established
September 17, 2010
Payment Methods
For example: Cash, Check, Credit Cards, Other
Non Food Features
For example: Wifi, Outlets available, Study friendly service

DOSiRAK is a Korean restaurant. They have rice bowls, dosiraks, gimbap (dried seaweed rolls), hot dogs, noodle dishes, salads, and ssam (wraps). It occupies the former location of a Baskin Robbins. The name of the restaurant comes from a Korean word for a boxed lunch similar to a [wikipedia]bento.

hours.JPGUnlike most Korean restaurants that are closed on Mondays, this one closes on Sundays. menu.JPG menudisc.JPG

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2010-09-13 19:11:38   When I went by today they said they hoped to be open by Thursday or Friday. —EmilyH


2010-09-17 12:17:23   They're open! Tried the BBQ bulgogi rice bowl and it was pretty good, but in retrospect the mac salad n mandu that come with the dosirak sounds like a way better deal. —TrishAng


2010-09-17 20:08:27   Went on opening day and the cashier was extremely incompetent. He put in the wrong entree, charged me extra, failed to apologize and a Ted like he didn't care and nothing wrong happened. The food was average and the macaroni was bad. Pricingn on wraps was also incorrect and they were missing over 5 items on their menu. They also forgot to makes my friends order on top of it all who actually spoke Korean and actually tried to fix our order mistakes. Needs fixing badly. —pieguy


2010-09-19 11:15:06   Went there; they had first-week glitches — completely excusable from my perspective. Food was good for Korean food in the States. Their Kimbap is tasty and I liked their spicy chicken sauce. I'll be trying their kimchi later today. I highly recommend that they replace the most bland and unremarkable potato salad in their Dosirak with kimchi. Then, maybe, the Dosirak options might be worth the extra cost. I think this place has good potential. I lived in S Korea for two years, and they seem to be not going too crazy with the adapting to American tastes. —RyanMikulovsky


2010-09-20 22:55:06   Went there today at 6'oclock the personnel seemed very friendly and organized. I tried the crunchy chicken bowl and my friend the bbq beef bulgogi and both were very delicious. Definitely reccommended to people who need fast delicious food. I would rather spend my 7 bucks here than tacqueria or greasy mcdonalds. XD —soccerfied479

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