Ah grilled meat, a obsession for this ferret. There is so many places to try and so little time to try them all. This BBQ places uses charcoal which is believed to bring out the best flavors in the meat and the sugars. Hopefully, this guy won’t get burnt.
Standard starters from a Korean restaurant, Seaweed, kim chi, soy beans, bean sprout, which was all very tasty.
Scaillon and onion salad that normally go with BBQ meats was fresh and oniony. The lettuce wrap pieces were very fresh plentiful. The service was good, the lettuce, bean paste, and scallion salad were refilled often.
Due to the cuts in the meat, the pork and beef were very tender. The meat was also very juicy from the marinate. The sweet and savoriness from the meat tasted really well. Also this place uses real charcoal, there is a more distinct smokey grill flavor in the meat.
Useful tips: The charcoal is really hot and you can sometimes feel it under the table. The exhaust of the grill underneath is not heavily shielded. Basically wear pants or you might feel a bit roasted.
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