We ordered some pork dumplings and some veggie dumplings and they were tasty with a crunchy outer shell unlike the steamed or fried dumplings we usually have. These tasted more baked. The pickled veg they were sat on was fragrant with sesame and packed a fiery punch.
We both ordered a stone pot bibimbap and I had the spicy pork and Steve had the beef. With a drizzled of chilli sauce we were set to dig in. The bowl is deceptively deep and there's quite a bit of rice. It was tasty and sometimes I find Korean food overly sweet but this was balanced well flavour wise and I enjoyed the spicy sauce.
The stone pot retains the heat so it does get warm eating it and add the spice then it can get pretty hot. The restaurant itself is quite small and not particularly cool but with it being lunchtime it wasn't too busy so it was good. The food arrived quickly. The service was brisk and efficient but not unfriendly. Pretty well priced and a pretty satisfying and quick option.