I visited two BBQ places in the past few months, and here's the first place that I went to.
Super Star K
Actually, my dinner choice was actually another Korean BBQ place (but that shall come in another post), but I didn't realise that it was quite a popular place. I walked in without any reservation, and thus was turned away as they were fully booked.
No worries, since there were plenty other choices around the area, so my friend suggested Super Star K since she've been there before.
냉면 (Cold noodles)
The 냉면 (naeng myeon) was delicious - the noodles were chewy and cut into bite sized pieces. Then again, we were starving, and this was the first dish on the table... A point to note though, the dish contains beef (for those who do not eat beef), and so one of our friend was kept starving since he doesn't take beef.
계란찜 (Steamed egg); 삼계탕 (Ginseng chicken soup)
We all unanimously agreed that the 계란찜 (gyeran jjim) was really good, and we even requested for a refill (though service was a bit slow as the place was packed). The 삼계탕 (samgyetang) was average, not too bad but not outstanding like the authentic Korea Tosokchon's version. :D
There were quite a few pork and beef selections, and we chose pork primarily since, my friend doesn't take beef. We did order a side of beef bulgogi though (probably forgot to snap a picture cos I was stuffing my face silly). Korean BBQs are the best. Especially eaten with a group of friends. You get to eat loads of yummy food, talk, and yeah, well, eat more. Duh.