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Lately I’ve been watching too many korean dramas till addicted to their food (kpop), me and hubby went for Korean BBQ buffet. This place is small (for a bbq place) and cozy, the staff was a little sluggish and grumpy. As there's a time limit to eat here, we have to order our food randomly without really taking much time to slowly read and decide which is more worth it and enjoy the dining process.The side appetizers were fresh, I liked the kimchi as it was very spicy and crunchy. Ordered some di
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Lately I’ve been watching too many korean dramas till addicted to their food (kpop), me and hubby went for Korean BBQ buffet. This place is small (for a bbq place) and cozy, the staff was a little sluggish and grumpy.

As there's a time limit to eat here, we have to order our food randomly without really taking much time to slowly read and decide which is more worth it and enjoy the dining process.

The side appetizers were fresh, I liked the kimchi as it was very spicy and crunchy. Ordered some dishes from the hot food menu, kimchi fried rice was a little wet , toppoki's sauce was flavourful and gooey however the rice cake was a little hard tasted as if undercooked. Korean stir fried glass noodles were springy and has nice "wok hei" smell.

Overall all marinated meat is average, nothing fantastic and it almost seems they served rather slowly on purpose to use up the 2 hours while outputting minimal meat. I think all in all the most nerve wrecking part for me is the thought of eating under a time limit like I'm being pressured while doing an "eating mission" on "running man" and I'm not going to win any gold upon completion.

There’s more negativity in this experience than those tragic dramas I’ve watched. I probably won’t return unless positive reviews about it, all best for them.
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