I've posted about All Family before, so there's not really much more to add other than I'm so thrilled this place is around. It makes the pain of Kuishimbo's disappearance a bit more tolerable. The piping hot bowl of Korean dumplings in milky mild broth leaves you looking forward to the next visit. And sheer faultlessness describes the otherwise mysterious method of how the fluffy-as-can-be egg drops are added.
The dumplings and chewy rice cake dish stewed with spicy sauce and veggies were all predictably appetite- and soul-satisfying. Fortunately it all passed muster with in-the-know friends Cicely and Wes. We were only faced with mild surprises when the waitress became confused about splitting the bill on two credit cards (apparently one party usually treats!), and when we encountered a wandering white woman trying to find the concealed entrance to the adjacent Century Spa. (Make sure to check out the strangely amusing website.)