So-So Korean BBQ Buffet -- may be good intro. to Korean food novice..
This Korean BBQ Buffet, may be a good choice for a novice to Korean food. Every table has a personal BBQ (and, if your lucky) there are even semi-private rooms 1st-come 1st-serve. There are a small number of so-so traditional cold appetizer starters (eg. Kim Chi) and warm soup. Then, you may choose among short-ribs, marinated and non-marinated beef, and chicken Kabobs, to grill at your table, along with some limited sauces and garnishes (eg. Lettuce, cucumbers, shredded onion, korean radish strips, etc.). Unfortunately, no squid or other seafood. Service was very friendly and attentive. Free Korean Barley tea, or BYOB is ok (though they offer Korean vodka "SoJu" and Korean Beer). $15.99/pp. Ok, but there are better Korean restaurants -- esp. Kang Nam.