4 based on 40 reviews
Youâre doing all the work here. Itâs definitely fun and filling but itâs easy to get a little overwhelmed cooking your own food. The selection is pretty good and really there was nothing we didnât like. You will beat yourself up if you fill up on the cheap appetizers they bring included in your dinner. Just take my word- have a little rice and be patient for the meats to come out. Service was good, there are no complaints there. I almost had to be rolled out I ate so much. The favorites were the brisket, spicy beef, garlic chicken. Pork belly was huge and not my fave.
5 based on 12 reviews
This restaurant has continued since opening awhile ago to attract locals. Most telling is the fact that many local Koreans also are eating here. That sold it for me that cooking is authentic. The serving is in authentic Korean style but they gladly furnish anyone silverware when requested. The food is cooked on site with meats and veggies in Asian style. Always enjoy soups to multiple courses when I go there.
Went there for lunch and my first impression was the music. Sounded almost like roller coaster tycoon music at times and at other times elevator music. The atmosphere was almost bar like with many sports things and tvs in there. Not what I expected from a korean/japanese place. The food was delightful at bare minimal. Ordered steamed dumplings for an appetizer that were definitely fresh and absolutely delicious. Not too salty in the least (which is always a worry I have with dumplings). Ordered 2 rolls of sushi for myself and 1 for my lovely date (which happened to be half off on sushi rolls that day). My rolls were absolutely wonderful. Had a spicy tuna sandwich roll with crunchys (not sure what they are exactly called, tempura?) on top that was delightful. The second roll was a salmon roll that was, easily, the best sushi roll I've ever had. The sushi chef blow torched the salmon on top for crying out loud! My date's sushi was the most artistic and pretty sushi roll I've seen. The spider roll she had looked like it had plants growing out of it (in a good way!). You can tell the sushi chef took real pride in his art. Overall, this is one of if not the best sushi experiences I've had. 10/10 would nom nom again.
4 based on 9 reviews
Authentic Korean food with true Korean low seating and tables. Popular with Asian students and faculty at Auburn University. Food is very good. Due to its location downtown, it is always busy. Served in authentic style and serving pieces.
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