Indulge your inner chef: Korean-style grilled meats such as galbi, or shortribs, and bulgogi, marinated beef, which you cook at your table, are the focus at Solliphana, but the restaurant also offers a long menu of other Korean specialties such as soups, stews, rice and noodle dishes. On a cold day -- dolsot bibim bop, rice, meat and vegetables, served with hot sauce in a heated stone bowl -- can warm you up. In sultry weather, bibim nang myun, cold buckweat noodles and beef, can be refreshing. About a dozen banchan -- little side dishes, including kimchi and other pickles -- are included with most meals. Unless you speak Korean, communicating here can sometimes pose a problem. However, the menu is in English with Hangul translations -- you can just point.