This family run restaurant serves real Korean-style barbeque on wood charcoal grills, including excellent bulgogi and kalbi ribs. They usually add 5-6 small side dishes, including, of course, kimchi. The restaurant's menu is in Mongolian, Korean, and English, and includes many single dish meals as well, such as bibimbap, a rice, vegetable, and beef dish. They also have soju, Korea's light white spirits, Korean and Mongolian beers. Service is friendly and quick. Meals are moderatly priced, and a big dinner for two with grilled meat, the fixings, and soju ran about $25. The restaurant is located just west of the Circus (which is south of the State Department store) and east of the Mercury Market.
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