Living in a small city I was happy to see Ginseng 3 which describes its menu as Korean Chinese and Japanese. In my trips there, its main strength is Korean and the staff are clearly Korean. The Japanese tempura and sushi were ok and there were only a handful of Chinese dishes that one can find at a typical buffet. The prices are comparable to most restaurants in the area BUT it is much more quiet which is great for conversation. They have a limited selection of wines and beers. Overall service is fast, ambiance is good. If you are unfamiliar with Korean popular music (all the rage in China, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Japan and Vietnam), you will get a taste for it on the flat screen which features recent videos of contemporary groups and singers.
FWIW the staff were very accommodating when my party of 5 had to split the bill. They were very understanding and worked to make the bill sort out in a fair manner. (I may have been lucky b/c I brought several colleagues on several trips there during my stay).
I highly recommend this place!
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