Lunch time dilemma of what to eat - remembered a Korean place that had opened on the day I went to mamak. They had nice photos in their window so in we went. It's two levels apparently but only downstairs was open for lunch. Looks like an interesting place for dinner as they have a BBQ option (angus and wagyu described on the window poster) and fancy looking desserts. Noticed a wall of wine bottles so I was surprised the only wine option I noticed on the lunch menu was their house wine. Maybe a good one but didn't try it.
They have long tables with a communal feel so whilst we weren't sitting next to someone there was a guy seated at the end of a 6 person table. Nice interior and very friendly staff. Weird brass things coming out of the roof. The first was my side view from my table, the place is wider than this.
The lunch menu was pretty extensive with entrees, bulgogi, bibimbap through to lunch boxes. Twisted the arm of my lunch buddy to share some dumplings. Omg yummy!! Nice crisp dumplings, looked a little oily but didn't taste oily. It came with a soy dipping sauce and a bit of slaw with mayonnaise type sauce.
It came out really quickly, and was closely followed by my bibimbap. I paid the extra for the stone bowl. Happily the bowl was hot, my meal was super filling. Meat was good quality.
My lunch buddy had some eel and rice dish and he was happy with it. They'd added some of the marinade to the rice too which he liked. They serve a bunch of drinks including a couple of beers, soft drink and that house wine.
Here's the menu!
So for a weekday lunch it was a little pricey. $12 for my beef bulgogi stone bowl bibimbap, $7 for 6 dumplings. But was tasty and great friendly service. The lunch boxes looked good so I'd be tempted to give those a go if I head back there.