The menu isn't very big but it does have a selection of interesting Korean dishes. Aside from the lunch menu, there is a sides column and a mains column. I had the bibim guksu with a side of kinbukak. The bibim guksu is a cold, spicy noodle served with cucumber, pickled radish and half a boiled egg. I quite liked the sweet and spicy gochujang sauce with the noodles. The kinbukak is fried seaweed with sesame seeds on one side. I thought it was nice but was expecting it to be half battered, which it wasn't. My friends got the fried chicken, bul bo ssam with cheese (braised and then grilled pork belly) and the beef jeon gol (hotpot). They all looked really tasty particularly the bull bo ssam so I will have to return to try it.
We shared a bottle of the house soju and that was nice. It was quite sweet and a little fruity. The restaurant isn't very big but it does have one large table for larger groups, otherwise, it would be more suited for smaller groups and couples. It was a nice place for some Korean food that is a bit different from the bulgogi and sizzling squid.
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