Based on past business attrition rate in this complex. When this Korean restaurant first opened up shop in this obscure Chinese food-centric plaza years ago, I was worried that their chance of survival would be quite low. Fast forward a few years later and I am glad to noticed that their fan-base has blossomed. Lunch time and dinner business crowd/traffic are busy and brisk.
We paid them a long overdue re-visit this lunch time and was glad to see that their quality of food was as good and tasty as before! Their well seasoned and marinated BBQ products ( Kalbi-Bulgogi ) were cooked spot-on. Lovely charred but not over-burnt. However, IMO, their stand out product was their house-made cabbage Kimchees. Prepared in the sweeter and milder 'Japanese' style than the normal saltier, tangier and spicier Korean version, this is hands down my favorite cabbage Kimchee in town! I cannot resist re-ordering and re-ordering!
For the more discriminating Korean food lovers, they might like to head down to the North York ' Yonge ' strip for more elaborate fare. However, for me, the authenticity and deliciousness of the food served in this close-by establishment is more than enough to satisfy my occasional Korean BBQ meat fix. The huge number of Korean patrons present should also attest to my choice.
BTW, in addition to being the best Korean restaurant in the neighborhood, this restaurant also boost the tallest ceiling of any restaurants I have visited!
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