The Korean Ramyun bowl at this new Westside location crams more ingredients in front of you than an all-the-way hash brown order at WaHoo. Bacon, carrots, fried eggs, and anything else they can find cover velvety noodles and a deliciously dark broth before inevitably finding their way to your belly.
Pijiu Belly often flies under the radar, but it’s a gem worth noting. It’s a casual, laid-back atmosphere, and their brunch menu is especially creative. Standouts include the egg-stuffed scallion pancake and the Pijiu fried chicken sandwich with Japanese mayonnaise and wasabi lemon aioli. If you’re in the mood for a brunch cocktail, check out their Kentucky Joe with bourbon, Batdorf & Bronson coffee, chocolate liqueur, and whipped cream. There’s also a classic Bloody Mary if you prefer something on the savory side.