I've been here a handful of times and I'm impressed every time I visit. I took my parents on my more recent visit and they loved it. That alone should speak volumes. These people are notorious for eating at home because it's cheaper and they can "make it better".
The selection of meat and seafood is excellent. They have bulgogi, bacon, thinly sliced sirloin, marinated chicken, fish, shrimp, intestine, lamb, etc. I stick to the bulgogi, bacon, fish, and sirloin. The chicken takes awhile to cook, so don't grab a bunch of chicken if you're hungry. :)
They also have a section for fresh veggies ready to grill. My favorites are mushrooms, corn, onions, and zucchini. Most Korean BBQ places don't have veggies, just meat.
They have a wide variety of sauces. The spicy sauce wasn't spicy but it had a great flavor when added to the meat. The vegan sauce is also a winner.
The kimchee wasn't that great but the other side dishes were tasty. The bean sprout salad, potato salad, spicy tofu, and spicy cucumber salad stood out for me.
I love this place. The waiters are attentive and the overhead exhaust fans keep the place from being too smokey. Don't forget to ask for Korean pancakes. These aren't at the all you can eat counter. They bring these babies out fresh.
We visited at 11:30am on a Sunday and we were seated right away. Beat the lunch and dinner rush by going a little early.
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