Cafe Gunul 2 just opened up in Rowland Heights. The chef actually created the food menu at IOTA and HAUS cafe in Koreatown. So now you can get their mentaiko pastas, fried rice, and other dishes in Rowland Heights. They make everything from scratch, and all the food are chef's original recipes. Everything was absolutely delicious. My favorites were hamburg steak, casserole, and steamy buns.
This restaurant is filled with amazing artwork done by the owner, Mimi.
Makgeolli and Korean beer is a must
G2 Tacos (Bulgogi:left, and Korean spicy pork: right)
Freshly made corn tortillas mounted with beef/pork, pico de gallo, and kimchislaw
G2 steamy buns (Bulgogi: left, and Spicy pork: right)
Steamed bao buns
Pork belly slices served with 3 different sauces on sizzling plate
G2 sliders (Bulgogi, and Korean spicy pork)
There are bulgogi /or Spicy pork and kimchislaw on top of 50/50 patty
Kimchi and Spam UFO
Kimchi and spam fried rice in pool of sizzling cheese. I couldn't stop eating it.
Hamburger steak sundae
3 scoops rice, 50/50 patty, and mashed potato. Although I guess they forgot to put rice.
This was one of my favorite. It's damn good. And it still tastes good on the next day.
Bubbles - Jalapeno chicken casserole
Jalapeno chicken casserole served in a buttercup squash. There are potatoes, carrots and chicken inside.
Spicy stir fried octopus with noodles
One of the common dish you see on the menu at Korean drinking places. Octopus and veggies stir fried in spicy sauce and served with noodle.
Cafe Gunul 2
1616 Nogales St
Rowland Heights, CA 91748
Sun-Thurs:4:00 pm - 1:00 am
Fri-Sat:4:00 pm - 2:00 am