For potential guests unfamiliar with the concept, at this Korean BBQ you select the meat(s) and/or seafood you want, which are brought to you raw, for you to cook on the in-table grill. This can be a fun activity, so long as you're prepared for food smoke, and the occasional spatter of hot grease if you've ordered something fatty—on that topic, avoid their bacon, which is virtually 100% fat. It would also be wise to make sure that your legs aren't directly under the grill; my girlfriend hadn't realised this was an issue, and ended the evening with very stubborn grease stains on her trousers.
As the previous reviewers have noted, this place is inexpensive ... as it should be, considering that you will be doing all the work of cooking! Avoid over-ordering at the outset, as their policy is to charge for wasted food; remember, you can always order more during dinner if needed. That said, the waiter was very decent about not charging us extra for the half-portion of leftover bacon we couldn't force ourselves to eat.
The decor is as stark as a cafeteria. The Wednesday night we visited, all of the other guests appeared to be undergraduate students, mostly Korean, and the noise level was boisterous. This is definitely not a good choice for a romantic date, and would be much better for a casual get-together with a group of friends.
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