To name a few, there were kimchi (of around 2-3 types), fried pumpkin cakes (mini), seasoned onions, pumpkin soup (i thought this was more paste like than soup), 江鱼仔 (what's it called in English), some seaweed in seasoned water, cold tofu with spicy paste and a tray of leafy vegetables (not sure if it's given because of the BBQ items ordered)!
The well-marinated meat of course!
We ordered a portion of chicken, pork and beef. Two ways of bbq-ing; you could ask the staff to bbq on your behalf or you could always do it yourself. Simple enough right?
Remember the leafy vegetables i mentioned at "THIRD"? It has a special role to play for this bbq meal!
Smeared with sesame oil, garlic, special Korean savoury paste and if you prefer, with any of the side dishes, the crunchy vegetables were delegated as a "wrapper" for the cooked meat; just like the Natsumi burgers from MOS Burgers!
A playful way to eat your meal (like homemade popiah) and a really healthy way of eating!
No, it hasn't ended! What comes after all the above?
A slice of heart-shaped watermelon and a fantastically refreshing bowl of cold rice tea!
This special tea concluded the whole meal; sweet, balanced and fulfilling
$110.65, with the following:
1 portion of Chicken @$22
1 portion of Pork @$22
1 portion of Beef @$30
1 bowl of spicy seafood + tofu soup @$16
4 Water/Tea/Towel @$4
Service charge @10%
Goods and services tax @7%
The addresses and contacts are listed in the below below.
Remember to make a reservation!! It could get pretty crowded and waiting time could be long.
Service was overall good with friendly, helpful staff and relatively quick deliverance of our orders. However, i would strongly suggest that the restaurant has a staff member stationed permanently at the front desk to handle walk-in customers and reservations.
For families with children, there is a play-ground within the restaurant! And for those who prefer more privacy, rooms are available.
Lastly, be prepared to smell really bad after your meal.