My love for Korean Food will never die, especially after tasting their BBQ after a trip to ssikkek (2D1N's sister branch).
This restaurant is split up into 2 portions, one ala-carte and BBQ so that those who are eating ala-carte won't get the BBQ smell on themselves. The seating arrangement is a little funny here, you have to pen down the no. of guests by yourself and they will call you up when it's your turn. It's also a little bit inflexible as one table can sit 2-6 people and all of us have to share 1 pot. A little squeezy if you ask me.
I took some glass noodle (prefer to one at ssikkek), some salad and dukbokki. I like the dukbokki for its taste but it gets a little tiring to chew and bland after awhile.
Have some greens to be healthy!
And of course, laden the beef on there! There is a variety of meat to choose from pork, lamb and beef. Surprisingly, there's no chicken! Nothing interesting about chicken to be cooked? HAH! I love the juicy beef, especially the bulgogi. Really awesome! Since it's a buffet style type of place, you can keep taking the food but please note that they do charge for wastage! Not sure if it's really enforced though as I saw someone leaving quite a substantial amount of food before at Ssikkek but didn't have to pay for it.
Do head down to try this place if you're in the vicinity and craving for Korean food!