September 04, 2013 - 2:52 pm

Seoul food comes to Florida Avenue

Korean and Japanese Food

Connoisseurs of bulgogi and bibimbap are going to get more options for Korean food.  First, the old Arthur Treacher’s at 400 Florida Avenue has restyled itself as Lunch Yaki, dropping the Arthur Treacher’s seafood menu and beefing up its Korean and Japanese menu.  Here’s what the menu looked like today (Sept. 4, 2013):

Korean Menu

  • Bulgogi – $6.99
  • Bibimbap – $6.99

Japanese Menu

  • Chicken Teriyaki Box – $6.99
  • Salmon Teriyaki Box – $7.99
  • Yakisoba – $6.99
  • Tonkatsu Japanese Pork – $6.99


  • Angus Beef Burger – $5.99
  • Cheeseburger – $5.99
  • Cheesesteak – $6.99

Lunch Yaki also advertises breakfast items from egg and cheese sandwiches to bagels, omelets, and French toast ranging from $1.79 to $5.59.  The venue is carry-out only, so be sure to reserve a table in your own dining room.


Farther up, the gray building at 639 Florida Avenue (see photo above) is being renovated to become I Ching, which, according to the banner out front, will serve “Korean BBQ, hot pots, and Asian fusion”.  There is no word on when I Ching will open.

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