With a menu written in Korean with English translations, you know this place is authentic and a little foreign to American tastes. The names of dishes like Jae Yuk Bok Um and Mae Woon Gal Bi Tang can be bewildering, but the descriptions reveal they’re just marinated pork in hot sauce and short ribs in beef broth with scallions and noodles.
Barbecues selections are numerous, naturally, and there are hot pots are made for sharing, which is practically a must at a Korean restaurant. The food tends to be spicy, and it’s not generally vegetarian-friendly, although you can ferret out some non-meat items. There’s free WiFi but why you’d want that when surely you’re going to go with a group is a little hard to fathom.