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Posted by clara burnett on 09/24/2012
The overall experience of food, service, and atmosphere was great. I would recommend it. Actually I hope to plan a party there next year. The manager was great and so helpful!
Posted by John on 08/05/2012
Tozi still needs work but it's improving to be better at it and I can see that. Manager remembers who you are and even what he had last time, what a memory is what i can say. It's a great place and has great food, parking space, i cannot ask for any more than this. Food here is way better thanother places. Must try!
Posted by Bananas Foster on 06/18/2012
My friends and I picked this place because we wanted to try a new Korean restaurant. If you blink, you'll miss the restaurant because it's a little nondescript on the outside. Inside was very spacious. The food was good for the price and there was a good variety. They were short staffed the day we went, but they weren't upset or flustered. We still received good service with a smile! I have been telling many of my friends about this place and I will definitely go back.
Posted by Christine on 02/27/2012
This place is pretty new as of January. I've been back again since and the service continues to be the best. So friendly and attentive. the food is fast, fresh and delicious. We ordered the meal for 2 that comes with rice, soup, and about 10 small dishes that are refilled for free when you finish. They are almost all vegetarian and come with delicious sauces. The place is big and was almost empty the first time and quite full our second trip. It is a new favorite for my family and we have not even frequented Korean BBQ before. Definately go!
Posted by annoyedgook on 01/16/2012
First of all, it was freezing through the entire meal. I mean, freezing. The beef tasted a little old. I ordered bibimbop with an extra egg. When it was brought out, there was only one egg, not two. The waitress said, "no, there's two." Ummm, no. Weird. The Diet Coke was sent back because it tasted funny. The waitress drank from our glass at the table. Weird. While we were cooking our food, the waitress came back and said, "Can I use some of your water?" Ummm, okay? She poured it on a napkin (and a lot of the table) and wiped down the grill. Weird. We went to pay our bill, but the chick kept texting while we were clearly trying to pay. "We need to put this on our card." "Okay." (continues texting). Weird.
Posted by Henry P on 12/23/2011
we were walking by the place accidentally on our way to drop off some stuff at the goodwill place around the corner. We saw Korean restaurant and as we live on division and are addicted to Bulgogi, Kimchee and other traditional fare, we had to try it. It was very early (say 11:45) and they seated and tended to us in just two minutes. We ordered the Bulgogi for two, a Bibimbap (beef, carrots on the side) and got all that in minutes. The thing is I asked the waitress if she had the mini anchovies I love but never seem to find. She laughed and said they are not always available and weren't in today. I jokingly offered to leave my number if she could call me when she gets a delivery and before I knew it, she came back with a plateful saying she had found some. they were scrumptious! The bulgogi was fine but not the best I've had (partly because the very elegant plate it's served in tends to drain the meat of the marinade --typically fruit juice, soy sauce, garlic, etc, so the first servings were a bit blander than they should be, but the rest were just right). The bibimbap was alright to very good but that's because I was sharing it with my wife and she doesn't like too much bean sauce (and I do). Then, as I was enjoying the whole thing, Wonder Woman (I say this admiringly, not disparagingly in any way) came back with a whole other plate of anchovies! YESSSS! As we were stuffed and our four year old wasn't eating his usual allotment of bulgogi (he's usually quite the carnivore --but this was early) we cooked the rest of the meat and asked to have it packed to go home. When we got home, we opened the bag and found our meat, our rice leftover and, yes, more anchovies... For a smile that will make you think you booked business on Singapore airlines (or Korean airlines for that matter) and table manners that make you think this waitress trained at the Silla in Seoul (those who have been know, what I mean) and food that is better than average if not perfect and, yes, ANCHOVIES, try this place and you won't be disappointed. We'll be back... As our son said: Kam Sam Nida!