This restaurant has large booths with large granite tables. It was not busy at lunch time and we were able to have a quiet meal. I'm not familiar with Korean food but I had a meal from the lunch menu which included salmon and mackerel; the salmon was good but a bit dry from being cooked too long but the mackerel, which I've never had before, was delicious with lots of oil. The meal was preceded by by a tray of appetizers; small servings of several varieties. The service was excellent but it seemed like it took a little long for an additional order of mackerel to come.
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