Like any great restaurant, it was packed by 6.30pm and we were lucky to get a table after a cancelled reservation. We were pleasantly surprised by the cheap prices and the servings looked decent. We ordered the half moon dumplings which were a bit underdone and didn't really have any real flavour. The side dishes of dried fish and crunchy seaweed were unexpectedly delicious. The mains were hit and miss- the bulgolgi seafood was ok, but didn't have any real flavour to it. The other dish was called duk-bokki, described as Korean street food. Turned out to be these large tubes of white starchiness with the texture of rubber. Tossed with some broccoli and sesame seeds, and a mild spicy sauce. Had the menu described what was in it, I would not have ordered such a dish! I would still return, just need to be more mindful about which dishes to order!!
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