At this restaurant, the grill is in the middle of the table. You choose your meats and grill them at your table. There are a lot of side dishes to pair with the meat, and that's my favorite part. Kim-chi, glass noodles, bean paste, tofu, salted sesame oil, jalapenos, garlic, lettuce cups, rice and more are in little bowls all over the table. It's definitely a communal table, with people passing stuff all over the place. We were impressed with the quality (compared to LA's). The one main difference is that our place in LA is all you can eat. We had a variety of beef and pork, all delicious. And as if that wasn't enough, we had to stop by the Internet Cafe/Bakery/Boba Shop next door.
Our primary destination:
No, she's not stuffing rice in her cheeks for later. They're that chubby.
My brother. Can you tell which one of us has been inside all summer? PALENESS!
Owen cleans up at any Asian restaurant, but Korean BBQ is one of his favorites!
Joe said he'd be tempted to move to D/FW, but he's afraid he'd gain 15 pounds the first month. I told him the humidity would be like him going to the sauna in LA, so what's the difference?
I'm craving it now, but would it be wrong to go without Joe? Not if you came too.