Well, food was acceptable. But their Kalbi is the most boniest Kalbi that I have ever had. With disproportionately few meat. The most interesting part is that the female & male bosses visited our tables TWO times specifically to notify us that the most tasty parts are the boney parts! HELLO?! I knew about that since I was four but where was the meat attached to these bones?? I am not a dog okay?
Final warning, for a tiny ma-n-pa house like this, they dare to add 15% tips to the bill for you already.
But at least their Kalbi is not as bad as Wu Chung's.