Right on "Pub street", this is a neat restaurant. There is a combination broth boiler/bar-b-q put on your table, a selection of five types of meat cut into small pieces, and all the noodles, veggies, and rice you can eat. Then have at it. We were right on the sidewalk, and it was hotter than the bar-b-q itself, but it was a really good meal. Tables of four, so we met two other travelling couples and had a great time. Had inside seating and and upstairs, but the sidewalk is where all the action is.
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