It's a cafe-style affair offering Korean food on the quick. The meal buckets turned out to be traditional Korean wooden receptacles for rice, meat and veg. I ordered the Bulgogi filled one for $10. It was a decent size for the price and tasted reasonably well. It came with accompanying potato fritter, pickles and greenery.
The Bureaucrat was after a light meal and ordered herself some Korean fried chicken $6. They were probably on the darker side of nuked, but were nicely seasoned.
Op Pa's Kitchen was an okay feed for the price and the service was quick enough for a lunch time hit and run.