We got a booth where the seat was ripped. Argh. The place overall seemed a bit rundown, and the unsightly scene of those grey carts come back as with most Korean restaurants as staff nosily put dirty dishes away. They kept dropping the dishes onto the floor – I guess that’s why they serve in plastic ones. The walls were covered with mural painting of ancient Korean lifestyle.
Sheepie ordered the Squid BBQ $14.95 that had stir-fried squid and veggies in their spicy house special BBQ sauce. He asked for hot (spiciness) with rice. I tried a bit, but it was too spicy…so didn’t have much.
I had teh Dol Sot Bee Bim Bahb $12.95 with assorted veggies, beef, kimichi, onions and fried egg on top of rice in the typical Korean stone bowl. It was super hot (in temperature – as usual), which made it really good to eat on a chilly fall evening. The dish was pretty good.
Overall, the food was alright. Service was fine. The restaurant needs a bit of reno.
The hallway to the bathroom was separated by a thick curtain. And the actual bathrooms were worn and old. I saw one server clean the dirty seat, and then back on the table with the same tablecloth.
Would not be the first pick on my list of Korean restaurants to return to though.