Check out Broadway Take Out (75-24 Broadway, Elmhurst).
They’ve been open since August and are just now getting their footing in the neighborhood starting with a pretty rad sign.
They serve essentially Korean street food. Most items like bulgogi and spicy pork are combined with kimchi, griddled, then put on top of rice with some cabbage. I love it. My test, the rice, feels great the more I eat and the pork is surprisingly, gleefully fatty. Other items like seafood pancake and K-Toast (egg sandwich), when fresh, can’t miss. There is space for 2 people to sit at the window, but other than that it’s smaller than many LICer’s closets.
This would be great food to be had at 2:30 in the morning, with its bright sign illuminated to guide those stumbling off the train – but they’re not open too late so we’ll have just have to have it stumbling home from work.