Korean food is home cooking, but not of the meatloaf and macaroni-and-cheese variety. Ingredients in Korean cuisine are everyday — eggs, cabbage, beef, onions and, of course, tofu and seafood. It’s the spices, considered textures, companion condiments and presentation that make Korean food a unique culinary experience. You’ll find it all at Soo Rah, meaning “food for the king” according to owner Paul Sungku Yeo. It was early evening the Thursday we stopped in at Soo Rah at 38 N. Central Ave.