This new restaurant just popped up on Zagat's. Other than what I posted below, does anyone know anything about it? Has any one been yet? It sounds interesting, and I've just starting eating Korean BBQ at Kim's on Cheltanham Ave. Can anyone tell me how they compare?
Dark-wood tables topped with high-tech grills for smokeless Korean BBQ are firing up both the Korean community and other locals at Gaya, a big, bright DIY specialist that's twinned with neighboring Asuka in a renovated Blue Bell landmark; diners opting to leave the cooking to the kitchen – run by a recent immigrant from Korea – have choices including hot pots, stews and made-to-order noodles (1002 Skippack Pike; 215-654-8300).
Historic stonework contrasts with contemporary spotlighted tables at Asuka, the handsome Japanese that shares a front door and kitchen with Gaya; there’s the requisite sushi bar and midpriced lunch and dinner menus brimming with tempura, teriyaki and sukiyaki (1002 Skippack Pike; 215-654-8900).