It was Thursday evening and the restaurant was full, we had a reservation to this Korean/Japanese restaurant.There were also some Korean natives dining which is a good sign.
All of the food was quality: we had Korean rolls, Japanese Sushi and Korean BBQ dishes.Makki Makki is in a nice location and building, the atmosphere is modern, quire ok, but nothing special. The service was very friendly, but still has some way to go. The waitress wore heals (fortunately not stilettos or anything too high), we had to wait for the entrees a little bit long, and a sous chef brought the hot BBQ from the kitchen a tad too early, waiting apologetically on the side of our table while we were finishing our entrees ;>) Probably to compensate for the long wait earlier... So a bit of finetuning to be done, but good food and nice people.
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