Woo Lae Oak has the feel of an upscale place, but the staff is accepting of families and largergoups without attitude. A number of tables have a circular grill in the center of the table on which your entres can be cooked.  Once your selection is made (from an extensive selection including beef, fish, pork, chicken, seafood and veggies) and the spice level, a variety of small side dishes are brought to the table. When the main course arrives, the waitstaff will cook the food at the table. It's not as showy and a Japanese Steakhouse with flying knives, but you are sure to get a hot, well cooked meal. As the meat (or veggies) are pulled off the grill you are encouraged to select any of the side dishes and rice to roll into a lettuce leaf with the main ingredient.