Tucked down an alley with other Korean restaurants, there weren't too many people when we arrived. This soon changed later on and pretty much every table was busy. There were lots of Korean students so thumbs up for authenticity. The wait staff were very friendly and showed us to a booth table tucked away. We were shown a buzzer we could press to request service and left to browse the menu.
We expected the BBQ to be gas so we were pleasantly surprised when the waiter bought some incredibly hot, glowing coal and put it into our table top BBQ.
Meat wise we had different marinaded cuts of beef, some plain Scotch fillet,beef ribs, marinaded pork and chicken and some marinaded octopus. I was quite excited about the marinaded octopus but found it too sweet so we left most of that. Steve couldn't bring himself to eat the little octopi.
Dessert was a scoop of cheap Neopolitan ice cream which I could take or leave and some deliciously refreshing watermelon.
We enjoyed the BBQ experience and it's pretty good value particularly with BYO wine at $3 per person. It's definitely a group activity and more fun with more people. I'd return to this particular establishment as the meat was decent quality for the price, the wait staff were friendly and there's a pretty wide menu to choose from.