To sum it up: Authentic atmosphere, so-so food, pricey.
This China Square outlet is not as packed as the one at Amoy Street, but reservations are still recommended. The servers didn't help to cook our food like some other korean bbq places would, but that's fine. Tip: The seat cushion can be lifted so you could store your bag in the seats and protect it from the bbq smells!
Weren't very impressive. All were left almost half eaten, with the exception of the kimchi.
There were two wells on the sides of the grill pan and a beautiful golden egg mixture was poured into them at the table, refilled for free upon request. The egg mixture was rather delicious.
Seafood Pancake ($18)
Bits of seafood are generous and the size of this dish is massive. Couldn't finish it despite our best efforts. Tastes good but greasy and "floury". Tip: warm it up on the grill if its turned cold.
Spicy Pork Belly ($18)
This was really yummy and wasn't too fatty on the palate. The slices here are sliced thick. Make sure not to char it on the grill too long or it'll get tough!
Boneless Prime Rib ($28)
This was nice, but nothing to shout about.
Both meat dishes came with rice cakes and a bunch of enoki mushrooms and they all cooked very well in the residual oil from the meat on the grill. Meat portions were rather small for the price. The servers only turned the suction over the grill on halfway through our meal. We still left the place smelling strongly of bbq; fe-breeze sprays are provided at the cashier though!
Worth a try, but a more satisfying meal could be had elsewhere for the price.