Not where you would expect to find a Korean restaurant in Paris, and the best I've found in this price range. So far I have tried several of the soups, the raw beef bibimbap, and two kinds of barbecue. All of these have been good, especially the soups, but there are still quite a few other things on the menu I'd like to try. The lunch menus are great value if you happen to be in the neighborhood. Unfortunately the side dishes are usually pretty basic and the kimchi is not strong enough, but this is true of almost all Korean places in Paris.
The restaurant is decorated like a Korean rain forest. The barbecue grills are sunk into the tables, which reduces the spattering, but there isn't a very strong ventilation system, so your clothes will smell like grilled meat afterwards. Service is very attentive.
The place is full on the weekends, so be sure to reserve!
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