Came here for dinner with my family. Made reservation as suggested by reviewers. Got there early enough to see many empty tables but they quickly filled up after 6.30pm. What struck us was how small many of the tables were, so the restaurant is not able to serve many dishes, for a table for 4. Service was very quick after we ordered our food. They came out almost immediately. We had a BBQ set of pork shoulder, belly and baby octopus, with sides of cold noodles (mul-naeng myun) and kimchi stew (kimchi jiggae). The charcoal fire was big and we had to keep turning out meat to prevent burning - so some skills is needed to ensure that you don't overcook your meal. We found the meat very flavoursome, tender and juicy. It was served with lettuce leaves, raw garlic and a green chili, as well as 2 dips for the meat. the noodles and the stew were both very authentic and flavoursome. It was a pretty quick dinner as we finished in less than an hour. Overall it was satisfiying if you are just there for a meal with family and friends and not expecting too much comfort. It gets smoky easily, with the space at the table being rather small so maneuvering around with tongs and chopsticks get quite tricky. The table was also quite greasy and there were flies on it when we arrived. Nevertheless, given the relatively low price compared to many other Korean restaurants, this place is definitely value-for-money. It's also a cash only restaurant. So bring enough Ringgit. For those on wheelchair, or have difficulties climbing stairs - I didn't see any lift access to the restaurant, which is on the first floor. As a landmark, is the side of Malone's pub, which is just across from the entrance of the restaurant. Waiters seem to be mostly Myanmarese and they understand simple straightforward instructions. So on the whole, we had a good dinner.
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