Cheap valet parking (since it’s so crowded and small parking lot). Decor and ambiance is fairly ehh, but what do you expect from such a cheap all you can eat place?!?! It’s a loud place even with no real concept of a ceiling. It’s sort of in the style of patio seating with a ceiling over it. This is actually probably for the best because otherwise the place would just smell of meat even more than it does.
Servers don’t really speak english very well, but it’s fairly easy to get your point across by just pointing at whatever dish you need more and saying “more”.
Small dishes consist of little rice wrappers, salad, steamed egg dish, kimchee, and probably some more dishes that I forgot. There are two different dipping sauces, one of sesame oil and salt?, another of some kind of vinegar type thing. Both are delicious.
Now on to the real reason you came here, the meat. You tell them what cuts you want, we ended up getting a combination platter first. That consisted of thin rolled beef slices, thicker steak beef slices, strips of pork. We also asked them for some marinated chicken. I think it’s also possible to get some mushrooms and stuff because we saw them at another table, but we didn’t get them.
It’s done standard korean BBQ style with a grill in the middle and you cook your meat yourself. When the grill gets too burnt/dirty, you can ask the server to change the grill out for a clean one.
Also, if it’s someone’s birthday and you tell them, they’ll play this awesome happy birthday korean song that is just .. pretty neurotic.
This place is always fun to go to when you have a big group of friends. :) Just afterwards you’ll smell like meat.