The Korean equivalent of Hapa...
|Spicy Rice Cakes...mmm|
A little pricier than average if you paid regular price. Luckily, I had bought a couple of online coupons (2 x $20 value vouchers which I paid $10 each) :)
We arrived on a rainy, slow Thursday night to a restaurant that was near a quarter full. Usually, I have heard that this restaurant is hip hop happening with the ambience and noise level similar to what you would expect at Hapa izakaya. (One sure sign of this is the multiple notices/reminders that were posted throughout the restaurant to remind customers of the constant noise complaints they've been getting from the nearby residents!)
Yay: Come here for a fun night out with your friends accompanied with drinks (Soju, anyone?) and lovely Korean-fusion fare :)
Nay: Prices are a little steeper than average, no banchan offered here (complimentary Korean side dishes), parking
Posted by: J