Unlike other reviewers, I can't comment on the authenticity of the food as I have never had Korean food before. We arrived early evening when there was no queue (but only just) and there were people waiting inside and out when we left. It seemed to have a sizeable ethnic clientele which is a good sign - the food was neither oily nor salty. We had one seafood rice dish in the heated pot (which had lots of crispy bits to enjoy as we got to the bottom) with a nice mix of seafood, kimchee, seaweed, seafood Korean pancake, tempura type vegetables, barbeque chicken and some skewers of asparagus, shared between two which was ample. Service was quick and efficient, and although the meal came in at about £25 per head we thought that was pretty reasonable as it was clear that the chef used good quality ingredients
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