A suggestive photo, for Eating In Transation, is one that suggests nothing more scandalous than good eats. In this case the come-on is kimbap (also transliterated as gimbap, and sometimes kimbab), the Korean dish that wraps a thin layer of dried seaweed ("kim") around white rice ("bap") and various other ingredients.
Doma ("cutting board") prepares these sliced seaweed rice rolls in five styles, including a house kimbap ($5) that's a particular bargain even if you discount the accompanying cup of tea, bowl of thin spicy soup, and dish of radish kimchi. Presented within: spinach, ham, carrot, fried egg, fish cake, sweet radish, and (I believe) burdock.
43-43 41st St. (Queens Blvd.-43rd Ave.), Sunnyside, Queens