A big group of 14 of us stopped by here for dinner last night, and the food was good and tasted authentic. Prices were slightly on the high side and averaged about $50 per person, but most everyone also enjoyed a couple of beers and some soju, which raised the prices a bit. The restaurant also seemed very clean.
Service was a bit slow for our group, however. Most everyone ordered simple dishes like dwaenjang jiggae or kimchi jiggae, and some of those folks got their food at the beginning of the meal, and about three of them waited almost an hour to get the same dishes at the end of the meal. I guess they were just really swamped that night.
I'd also like to try Yechon just a mile up the road. Stopped by there, too, but the place was packed.
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