I ate at Auntie Kim's with my friend on a Tuesday late-lunch hour and had a comfortable meal, despite how she kept pointing out to me that it was much rowdier on weekends, and that we were better off dining at these odd hours so the staff could attend to us more caringly. It was nice dining there.
The food was good and the general ambience quite pleasant. We ordered the Godengo Gui(grilled mackerel), Haemooljeon(korean pancake) and Kimchi soup between us. At first we thought the condiment portion were a little stingy(I loved their Kimchi, and was not refused several top-ups of it), but the generous serving for the mains made up for it,
Their mackerel is a hit- crispy skin, succulent flesh, and the wasabi soy sauce(?) with it gives a tangy fresh sensation. The pancake had a similar crunchy-out-chewy-in texture but the taste is different and also rather wholesome. The kimchi soup was hearty and thick, I think my favourite dish then.
Yumyum. Will brave it on weekends for the kimchi.