Our first experience in Korean cuisine was a pure delight. We joined 3 other couples on what we learned was Korea's "Thanksgiving Day" for dinner at Han Sung. We were welcomed by a very gracious staff in an airy well-appointed dining room. We were very fortunate that two of our party spoke Korean and proceeded to discuss the menu with our server. While they discussed the possible choices, I looked over the menu and was impressed by the selection and description of each dish; all of which sounded delicious and tempting.
Since many of our party were new to Korean food, the generous and mouth-watering selections included in one of the group dining choices seemed to be a good choice. With the addition of a couple of other selected dishes we were set.
As the burning wood and many many condiments began to appear we knew were in for a special experience. Our anticipation grew as the main dishes were served and the various meat, chicken, fish and vegetables were placed on the central BBQ and we couldn't wait to taste the enticing foods that were placed before us.
The sight and aroma of wood cooking were a definite addition to the wonderfully different tastes of each of the dishes. Our Korean friends explained each of the dishes and the technique required to assemble each onto a fresh lettuce 'wrap'. We soon got the technique down pat and proceeded to devour everything in sight.
To say we enjoyed our meal would be an understatement. The food was wonderful, the service excellent and the venue itself was open, airy and charming. The commercial ventilators above the BBQs were not a distraction and actually somehow added to the overall atmosphere of the restaurant.
A bit out of the way for our normal dining area, Han Sung has definitely been added to our list of favorites.
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