North Korea isn't exactly known for its fine dining, but the Hermit Kingdom has produced one amazing chef in former North Korean spy Young-Ae. Where else can you find perhaps the only North Korean restaurant in the United States: suburban DC. I decided to try the restaurant with some friends before heading out to the Korean Spa in Virginia. With a menu completely in Hangul and a clientele of North Korean refugees, it might feel intimidating at first. If your language skills need a little polish, just ask for the specialty: Pyongyang soondae (blood sausage with rice and pork). Our waiter liked us so much we even got extra tripe! The best part I can't even show you: hung in an awkward corner of the dining room you'll find a framed inkjet printout of a completely random scene from the 1997 blockbuster Titanic. Why? Its a state secret.