At Myung Ga, everything from service, to presentation, to quality of meat, reminds me of a Japanese BBQ place. I can sit on tatami comfortably with my friends while enjoying the BBQ with some white rice wine.
As a tradition in Korean restaurants, our starter is preceded by the side dishes (more precisely known as "Pan Tan"). It comes in 8 generous choices, and their waiters are more than pleased to refill each time we finish it. Most side dishes are quite light, not so rich in taste. Even the kimchi is quite mild, not so sour but retains a good sweet spicy taste.
I rarely take swine, but this is delicious although it is quite heavily salty. Very nicely done for the firm meat, and it is not fatty as well! Best to wrap the meat and kimchi in lettuce so that it blends a taste of sweet, spicy and salty flavours.
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Keep it up!