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Amazing experience - staff were very colorful and really helped make a great atmosphere. The drinks were interesting but the course we had was on the sweeter side (which is a plus for me, but others may prefer less sweet). The only thing I would have liked more is if they had some in between accompaniments for the drinks, because it was basically pure alcohol for the whole course - maybe like a tray of almonds or something. Overall I'd give it 9/10, I would recommend others to go and try the tasting course, but make sure to eat something before going since you will be ingesting a lot of alcohol. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Went with seven people for dinner here tonight, some had the Shabu Shabu and others had the all you can eat sushi option. Everyone was very pleased with their meals and we were able to have a beer on a very hot evening. It was a great find for us in the neighborhood and we will be going back for sure!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
The dining scene in Koreatown is booming and making headlines because it encompasses a wonderful variety of nightclubs as well as traditional and 24-hour diners that utilize recipes from Korea and other cultures. If you value quality service and want a unique dining experience, the restaurants here will impress you. Just about every bistro has plenty of food options on its menu. Anytime you have a taste for an exotic entree, you can go to any seafood eatery and order the specialty. Tofu is a must-try ingredient. Koreatown caters not only to Koreans but also to barbecue lovers. Bar and grill businesses are open and serving hot meals for lunch and dinner. Because this neighborhood has more than its fair share of college students and tourists, the atmosphere at most eating places is hip, casual, and even family friendly.