Right across the street of a place that calls itself "Prague Cheapest Escort" you will find this Korean-Japanese restaurant with a karaoke bar underneath it. There are Korean dishes which usually come in a set and Japanese sushi on the menu. The only thing that is missing though, is good food. The sushi chef is a Czech guy and the sushi itself is nothing special. The rice isn't sour enough and the fish is tasteless. Bibimpap was actually nice but I only had a vegetarian version. The sets contain main dish, sesami oil roasted seaweed, kimchi, little fish in corn syrup and rice. The kimchi tastes like any average supermarket one, seaweed is not freshly roasted, rice is ok. I ordered a spicy vegetable noodle soup set and what I got was an instant soup set. I asked the staff if this was an instant soup (since the menu didn't say anything about that) and she confirmed. The average price of the set is about 20$, which is somehow unacceptable for a regular Chinese store instant soup pack. The restaurant itself is rather dark (probably not the intention, just bad lighting), staff is not the friendliest and the overall impression would be: NEVER MORE.
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