Very much a humble spot with commensurate prices, food is reasonably good, friendly service. Utilitarian.
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Well, had jury duty and since I'm not familiar with the area, was walking along George Street looking for a spot for lunch. Looked at the lunch menu and liked interesting since I always wanted to try Bibimbap, so I went in. It's a small...More
This restaurant was a short walk from my hotel and since I was coming back from a long day in the City, I decided to stop here for dinner before retiring. This is a little eatery, with a long and rectangular layout and the basic...More
I thought the food here was very good but the service here was not good at all. Waiter was very rude and the food was good but makes your stomach a little wheezy. One of our dishes came out cold.
We don't get to New Brunswick a lot, and the last time we were here it was a Vietnamese restaurant. My Way is casual, clean and simple; with very pleasant, fast service. Prices are reasonable, which is a great selling point for us. The area...More
We had the bulgoki which was good, the portion was generous, enough to share between two. Also ordered the seafood pancake, although made fresh it was not crispy (more soggy) so not very interesting. The traditional appetizers included a small bowl of miso (their version...More
I loved it. Had the bulgogi, which was very great, and the Bibimbap, that was very good, and pretty interesting (if you've never tried it before). The appetizers that were brought to the table were also delicious. If you want beer, though, bring your own.
Do not let first impressions rule you on this restaurant. I literally walked right past it as its facade is unassuming and easily missed. Additionally the smell when you walk in makes you instantly think of pickled cabbage (or worse) but that is because Kimchi...More
Recommendations - bulgulgi and kalbi (two different types of premarinated beef, sliced into thin pieces, quite delicious), and the bibimbap (Korean style mixed rice - a bunch of stuff including veggies and eggs that you mix yourself in a hot stone pot). They start with...More
Their special "Restaurant Week 2010" menu is a multi-course sampling of Korean bar-be-cue Just keep the sizzling main course away from your clothing until it stops spitting. And its BYOB