Happy Well Being House is Related to Downtown Korean BBQ Cart


The chef from the Downtown Korean BBQ cart that Daniel wrote about on Friday commented yesterday morning to let us know that the Happy Well Being House cart (on 50th and 6th) is run by his mom! He was also none too happy with Daniel’s write up (or ordering methods) and it’s kind of hard to disagree with his logic:

I don’t feel good with this. We have 2 different kind of rice One is fried vege rice(yellow) which has carrots and peas the other one is just plain white steamed rice. And for salad we have Italian dressing, some people put white sauce on their salad. It’s optional :( You did not ask for anything and you messed up everything, remember? You ordered fried fish box and when the food was ready, you changed your mind. When its buzy, that makes chefs get mad you know :.(

But wait, there’s more…

It’s hard to make food when 9 people order at once. And the hot sauce! You were busy to take pictures. You didnt say stop while I was puttin… I’m so sad…. Anyway I am still proud of my Dad’s food :) I understand everybody has different taste rite?

Daniel responded with a comment of his own:

I’m sorry but the food I got was the same food everyone else was getting.. regardless of the fact I changed my order (which I admitted in the post). But as for the hot sauce I wasn’t complaining about anything in regards to that.. It tasted better with hot sauce but the meat shouldn’t really need it to start with.. the meat wasn’t flavored to my liking, sorry. The fish was good though, if I ever come back I will have to get an order of that (if I’m not banned from the cart). :)

But the Downtown Cart guy assured Daniel he was not banned:

“Actually I had learned a lot of things here and I did not blame the writer for my “bad food”. I am saying, is that ok to change the order when the food is ready and packed in a bag and about 5-6 customers lined up? And the people that who made comments, they don’t know the difference between “kalbi” and “bulgogi”. “Kalbi” should be cooked on grill (char) and “Bulgogi” that we sell should be cooked like that (stirred) with some noodles, carrots and some scallions (however, we just put onions there). I just dont feel so happy because there are only bad comments :( except only one maybe? And I expected to have good comments on my parent’s food but it was different from my expectation- so I felt little…. mmm. Anyway, sorry if my comments made you feel not too good :.( I didn’t mean to. We’re not gonna ban you come and get the fish box lolz. :)”

So, smiley face emoticons were exchanged and all is right with the world. Except for those of you looking for the Happy Well Being House cart the past few days! It’s been missing… but guess what? We got a comment about that from the daughter who works in the cart! (Clearly the whole family was on the site yesterday.)

“Last friday and [yesterday] we took off because my mom got a knee surgery on last friday… I did not know about this site and lots of comments -_-;;; Anyway we are back again ..Please enjoy our food and advise any thing about our store~~ THANKS!!”

Nice. All you could ever need or want to know about these two carts…



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