Business was brisk at this restaurant on a Friday night. Almost all the tables were occupied and the staff were visibly busy. I was a party of 5 and only got my table after about a 15-min wait.
I ordered the Mandu Hotpot ($10.90 before GST). I think Mandu is korean for dumpling. The mandu here contains seafood filling instead of pork. It was very soft and mushy inside. You can choose between miso soup base or kimchi base. I opted for the kimchi soup base as can be seen from the picture. The hotpot consisted of tanghoon, cabbage, golden mushrooms and spring onions. I like the mandu but felt that the soup turned a little starchy after a while (probably due to the tang hoon). This set also comes with a bowl of rice and soup.
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