1. Lime green cream of brocoli soup. The soup, while tasting fine, sort of resembled some sort of nuclear waste. It glowed.
2. Sweet garlic bread. I don't understand why Korean people think garlic bread should be sweet.
3. Salad with a side of strawberry dressing. Also a very nuclear-waste pink.
4. Sweet chili-cream sauce. With lots and lots of fish eggs. Fine, but not what I was expecting.
5. "What do you want for dessert?" our waiter asked. We got the set menu, so while we were not anticipating dessert, it was a possibility. "What kinds are there?" I responded. "Coke or cider," he replied. So, drinks then. Gotcha.
As Korean-Italian restaurants go, it was fine. Not incredible, but tasty. It is owned by the same people who used to run Ti Amo, a gelato place. Their ice cream was better than their pasta, but it is certainly busier now that they serve food instead.