This restaurant is definitely one of the nicer restaurants with upscale interiors and friendly service. But the quality of the food isn't that great. We ordered kalbi and we're used to seeing 20+ ban chan's (e.g. San Soo Gab San). Here there were just 7 (or 8 if you include the lettuce). Meat was bit on the tough side too. Overall nice ambience and all and I'd bring someone here to introduce someone to Korean BBQ or to impress someone. But for me and my friends looking for a good old-fashioned Korean BBQ, there are better spots in Chicago and Niles.
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