Koji is a traditional Korean BBQ-style restaurant, where you grill raw ingredients right at your table. I've been coming here once in a while for several years, and, while it is generally enjoyable it has been going down somewhat lately. For example, there used to be a selection of prepared dishes, including Chinese, to complement the ones you have to cook yourself, but a few weeks ago on my last visit they were no longer available. I really missed the stuffed crab shells, white fish, and the glass noodles.
While the selection of raw seafood and meat varieties is notable, and the salad ingredients are numerous, don't plan on enjoying much of a dessert here. Almond cookies, Jell-O, and canned peaches are about it.
I agree with the previous comments on service, but find this may be more of a cultural phenomenon than anything else. (I've spent a lot of time in Korea over the nearly 40 years and find the service at Koji to be somewhat consistent with what I've found in Korea, which is not the land of smiles and friendliness.) Just ask for another grate for your table grill when it becomes chock full of carbon and you'll see what I mean.
So, give it a try if you want to experience self-prepared Korean BBQ and get a taste (literally and figuratively) of what it may actually be like in Korea.
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