Went with a couple o'hounds this weekend. We ordered the #2, deckle, short ribs, with mushrooms and onions. I expected the deckle to be much fattier than it was -- it was very good. The short ribs were okay, but nothing special. The BBQ was cooked on a metal plate over a fire. We all agreed, cooking over coals is really the way to go. The restaurant serves small, square rice pancakes to rap up the meat, vegetables, hot sauce, etc. A waiter will come around to replenish your pancakes.
Panchan dishes were the usual, kimchee on the mild side, a nice soup with tofu, pickles, etc. We also had the seafood pancake, really good, laced with bits of peppers, and less scallions than I've had at some other places. (And that's a plus.) We also shared a bottle of a rose flavored saki, served cold, that was alcoholic and refreshing.