My husband and I discovered this restaurant when we went looking for somewhere a little bit different to eat.
Never having been to a Korean BBQ restaurant before, we didn't really know what to expect. We were led to a table and the BBQ was lit for us. The menu offered a range of different BBQ options and we chose a couple that looked fairly "safe" to our uninitiated Aussie palates. Although it was difficult to fully understand the waitresses, they were certainly polite and the service was generally very good.
The raw meats arrived and we were presented with tongs and scissors. The scissors were a bit puzzling at first but we looked around at all the Korean backpackers who were eating there, and we copied what they did by cutting the meat into smaller pieces once it was cooked. The little BBQ was lots of fun and the food was really interesting and delicious.
We found out that "kimchi" is the radish and cabbage salad that accompanies the meat and "Richy" from the restaurant's name is actually the name of the owner. Quirky!
A great little find, good value, different and entertaining too!
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