Distinctive and intimate environment to dine in. Making reservations in advance is key
The Korean food is vegetarian, which completely matches my diet. Just as important, the Korean tastes good. I have been twice, and have ordered to avocado stone pot bimbimpab and the tofu sundupu (soup).
The only knock is that portions are small (I'm usually a light eater) while the price is high. I also don't like that each person at the dining seat HAS to order an entree - that seems inflexible
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.