When it opened in Los Angeles in 2012, chef and owner Yoonjin Hwang started with desserts and later expanded her menu.
There is news that the food is really good. From coffee to spicy beef fried rice (fried sweet potato glass noodles), to simple but extraordinary kimchi fried rice and crispy waffles.
“I love kimchi,” Huang said. “I think that’s why I use kimchi to cook a lot of dishes. Like kimchi friend rice, kimchi noodles.”
David Chang, the chef and founder of Momofuku, called Spoon by H “Restaurant of the Year”
Huang said: “That’s why we get so much love from the community.”
It is recognized by the Michelin Guide. Hwang said that despite the increasing success, the scam forced the restaurant to announce a temporary closure.
She said: “So many disputed fees from delivering apps or pre-orders… third parties.”
In some cases, people claim that they have never received an order for pick-up. In another case, an order with a value of more than US$700 (the largest order ever) was disputed. Despite providing pictures of the order and receipt, the restaurant still lost money. This has become a daily problem-a problem that other restaurants are experiencing.
Hwang said: “I just feel very helpless and frustrated. The pandemic continues and the situation is getting worse.”
Saturday is the last day the customer can pick up the order. The slot fills up quickly. The GoFundMe page created by loyal customers has now raised more than $60,000. Therefore, Huang did not close the door for a new starting point.
She said: “I don’t know the exact time or method, but I really hope that one day I can return all the love to our community, loyal customers.”
She urged people not to take advantage of small businesses and to support them during challenging times.
She said: “We need your help.” “More than ever.”
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