The owner of this Rogers Park diner (Susie herself) takes the saying, "If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself," to heart. Waitress, cook and dishwasher--she's a one-woman show, serving up a mix of American and Korean fare during breakfast and lunch hours. You can order regular diner favorites such as pancakes and bacon or bust out with some bulgogi--and the kimchee omelet is the perfect example of how American and Korean dishes mesh together here. Susie is all about adding a signature touch to her dishes: Her version of the chop chae (a traditional Korean noodle dish) is finished with syrup. The decor bears evidence of her hand as well. It fits what you might imagine a Korean grandmother would choose for her restaurant, including just enough kitsch to keep you smiling.