The restaurant just recently opened. I’ve never eaten Korean barbque and looked forward to trying it. Went in at 2pm on a Tuesday afternoon. About a dozen or so people dining. Beautiful restaurant with nice pastry/cake selections along with a coffee bar. There is a fully stocked bar but at 2pm there wasn’t a bartender because when I asked my waiter for a Bloody Mary he gave me a very confused look. We settled on iced green tee. The waiter had to explain most of the menu to me and I also googled a few dishes i.e. what is a bulgogi, a bibimbap, ban-Chan’s. They do have all you can eat choices. We discussed the spicy nature of some of the foods. I like spice so I went with the spicy beef stew. The ban chan’s were side dishes of kimchee, steamed cabbage, marinated soy beans, sautéed spinach and cooked radish and spicy radish. My bowl of stew was huge. It had enough spice for me but for some it would be too much. The waiter said he could ask the chef to temper the heat if you wanted. I loved the broth of the stew but the beef was very stringy and tough. I really liked the spicy radish. The Korean ladies next to me ordered the cooked at your table intestines. I’ll pass on that. The waiter was very nice and efficient. I’ll come back here to try the barbque. Give it a try for something different. They have stainless steal chop sticks. But I asked for a fork and spoon.