Feeling to eat korean food , the only thought come to me is TOGI.
It has been half a year more since my last visit. Still so crowded
even on a weekday, show their business expanded to second floor now.
This round only three of us, we ordered 4 dishes :-
SEAFOOD POT WITH NOODLES
PORK BELLY WITH LETTUCE WRAPS
VERY TASTY WITH HIDDEN DUMPLINGS,SAUCE IS GOOD
LOOK PLAIN TASTE GOOD
The seafood pot only have half a crab, 6 small prawns(not fresh)and a few squids,rice cakes,tofu and ramen/glass noodles which doesn't worth the price of paying $35
(small3-4 pax).For drinks, we only take ice tea by bottle cost only $1, can pour about 6 small glasses.Can try out their WHITE drink served from a golden kettle, seem popular among the crowd.The meal total $85 and the best of all is their free flow of side dishes tastes yammy and can't stop having a few rounds of refill.