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I went to this Korean restaurant the past weekend. The first surprise came when I found a small part of the menu written in korean. I could figure it out that was food because It came with prices, I was going to ask to my waitress but as she, how to put in a nice way, well she look at us like a dog, I don't meant like a cute one so I didn't ask.
We order some beef, prawns to be made on the table (one of the main points of the restaurant) and some sushi and a fried rice. For drink we order a couple of korean beer. It must be real korean because for the time than took them to serve them I could to korea and get them myself. Later they serve the beef and put then to be cook on the table and they came with the prawns, I wonder if the prawns must be korean as well as they came on first class to London because they were six, I paid 7.50£ for them. Sushi was ok I would like to tell how was the rice but we never got it. We complained about it once the beef was cooking in front of us, the waiter told us she was sorry and she was going to give us some rice, but as you know already never came. Once we finish what it was on the table we told the waiter we didn't want the rice as a dessert.
We paid around 30 £ but on top of it I should put the price of the pizza I ate later because the food wasn't enough and believe I like to eat but I am not fat, normally if I paid 30 quid I am full.
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Food 1 | Service 1 | Atmosphere 3 | Value for money 0
Monday, November 15, 2010