I used the thicker Japanese wrap instead of using the normal wanton wraps and they can definitely withstand a lot of rough handling from me.
These dumplings are served with chicken broth with more cabbage- a perfect one-pot lunch on the weekend.
The menu was also pasted on to the divider screen. The decor and furniture here are quite dated and very minimalist. Alright, although we are only here eat, at least to me, the furniture and the ambience of the restaurant is a contributing factor to the enjoyment of food.
There is no cooker hood over these BBQ fire and at the end of the meal, we found the smell of cooking clinging onto our clothing and hair too! Not too pleasant if you are going out on a date, I think :D!
Service was very fast- infact too fast. I arrived early with Sarah and we have told the staff that we are waiting for 2 more person after ordering the food. However, the food was almost immediately brought out. So could the food have been cooked and ready?
I think so, as we found that the Bibimbap was not as hot and I can even touched the stone bowl with my hands! Likewise the Kimchi jiggae- though it was tasty, it was not hot as a soup/stew should be.
The staff proceeded to cook/BBQ the meat for us. The meat is tender and the marinated and spicy pork both especially delicious.The banchan and green tea are refillable.
There are plenty of choices to sample authentic Korean meals around this area ere- people have nickname this area as "Little Korean Village". Besides restaurants, there are also one or two supermarkets specially selling all sorts of Korean products.