The actual restaurant space, designed by Linda Shin, represents balance and relaxation with natural colors, clean lines, and modern materials. Gaji plans to open a patio space to complement the interior by the end of summer 2014.
The food at Gaji puts an interesting spin on classic Korean cuisine. One of the most intriguing dishes is the kimchi-stuffed dates. The dish, which utilizes homemade kimchi crafted by a grandmother in Orange County, comes with an apple-mustard and wild mustard flowers. Other interesting dishes include furikake-molasses cornbread with togarashi creme fraiche butter and duck rillettes with ginger-satsuma marmalade.