As previous reviews have noted a little tricky to find but worth the efforts. Just look down the lane, the sign at intersection of Pitt and Liverpool say 'Koreatown' so there is a nice little collection here. Unexpectedly busy on a Sunday night we had to wait for a table. When you enter it is with ceremony with the staff welcoming each group of diners in loud voices. There is a good choice oc dishes with most people opting for the BBQ or hotpot . There is a gas ring set in the centre of each table where the hot plate goes and when it heats up away you go. There is plenty of choice of dishes to cook and they are accompanied with sides, albeit a little tricky for a non Korean afficienado to recognise them all. We washed our meal down with with a Korean beer. It was nice without being great and I confess to looking a little enviously at the table beside with their delicious looking seafood hotpot. If I have a criticism, it would be that for the inexperienced it was difficult to know what to order and how much. The staff, whilst bein helpful were not really overly interested in giving too much advice. Don't let this deter you, its worth the effort and its open late as well.
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