They offer 2 prices for their eat all you can: the one with beef, and the one without beef. Their beef strips are very good, much better than yakiniku subimaya over at crossroads. They also have several other meat choices like sausages, pork, chicken, shrimp. The service is slow, and it takes them a while to refill your request for additional stuffings like the lettuce and veggies that are typical in korean bbq. Their ventilation is also poor. Expect to leave the restaurant with all your clothes and your whole self smelling like you stayed in the kitchen for a while. Its a pity, because as I said, the beef was value for money.
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