This Korean style BBQ joint was an interesting experience. There are tons of options like chicken, squid, pork belly and short rib all cooked in front of you on a special grill. The restaurant has sort of an old world feel. I loved the fact that they grill the meats one by one then at the end the make friend rice on the same grill with all of the meat that's leftover.
I am slowly working my into learning and trying Korean food. I would say that this is a good place to start out. All of the food is cooked on a large cast iron pan. At the end they use the same pan to make fried rice at your table. None of the food was overly spicy but it still had tremendous flavor. I recommend this for a casual night out with friends and it is also a great family style setting.
I love Korean food and I judge pretty hard! I came across this location when my fiancé and I attended a concert at Gwinnett Arena! The food was ok. They had the usual Korean veggie apps and I tried the bulgogi. I did like that they had an iPad at the front entrance where you could take a pic and post to their Instagram!
I'd never been to a Korean bakery before this and was pleasantly surprised. The display case is to die for and there a wide variety of cakes and pastries as well as Korean beverages. I tried some type of grain drink for the first time and really enjoyed it. The pastries aren't too sweet and I like that alot!
This was my first time at a Korean bakery and it was a great experience. When you walk in the smell is heavenly. There's tons of fresh goods that are packaged that you can just grab and the case with all of the cakes stored in them that are beautifully decorated makes you want to take them all home. I recommend trying the shaved ice topped with fruit, ice cream and a sweet bean sauce.
For my first time trying Korean BBQ I thought the place was great. There's tons of food and the chicken and beef are marinated well that gives off this awesome smell as its cooking. If you are a novice I suggest asking the server to explain what the sides are and how you should use them.
good stuff the best korean restuarant in atlanta. good service too. The price seems high at first but starts becoming very reaosnable when you see the amount of food that comes out. The unlimited option is always good if you have high school kids who play football.
This experience was a joke – literally, I laughed so hard that my stomach was hurting. They ran out of their “lettuce and onions salad”, no more glass noodles, cannot bring out more beef brisket, and last but NOT least, they ran out of forks. I heard from others that this was a great place for KBBQ, I think not. We ordered “All You Can Eat”, but it was more like “All We Will Give You”. I will definitely not return.
I love the bbq chicken they have. It has perfect flavors and texture. I know why Psy goes and eats this chicken once a week. It is amazing! Also, they have terrific fried rice and frozen yogurt ice cream. The owner, Bobby, is hilarious! LMAO!
The best Korean BBQ hands down! The best beef, chicken, pork, and shrimp I've ever had. The food here melts in your mouth. The service is impeccable. The decor is jaw dropping. The owner Bobby is super cool. He comped us a carafe of peach yogurt soju cocktails. He is so adorable like a Korean papa smurf.