The food: although not a lot to choose from (when comparing to other all you can eat restaurants), it was fun to mix and combine your own ingredients and flavors. All is freshly prepared on the BBQ. It might be difficult to choose your own ingredients but they do give suggestions. The ingredients are fresh and supplied continuously.
The entourage: the setup is cozy, as it is small with different corners/places to sit. I went here by myself and didn't feel uncomfortable for me to be here on my own.
The service: the welcoming was friendly. Staff is happy to help but they leave you alone when necessary.
All in all it's quite different than other Asian all you can eat restaurants. If you'd like to dine all you can eat, but don't want to go for Chinese work or Japanese sushi, this might be a good one to try.
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