[Rating in comments.] PART I
Do you remember the old Korean Burger place that also sells ramen buns known under the name Chilees? Apparently they are now a KBBQ and Hot Pot place. And it was GOOD.
🥩LA Galbi 15.9€ [BBQ]
🥘Modeum Special 15.9€ [BBQ]
🍚Special Rice 3€
🍜Dolsot Bibimbap 9.5€
Mashidda is covering you with an (excellent) KBBQ experience which is totally different to places like Arirang(Hodori), Juki or Madang.
During our visit the restaurant was packed with 90% Koreans, 1 German guests and our big table of Vietnamese which were sweating thanks to the spiciness of the CheeseBuldak, which will briefly introduced later on.
This place is pretty much for Korean and also structured like it. From a legit source I know some kinda weird info regarding the food culture "Anju". Anju is a Korean term for consumed food which comes with alcohol beverages, mainly beer or the well known Soju.
He told me that in Korea it is quite common to get drown in Soju and pay exorbitant prices for food. As long as it pairs well with Soju, they will do anything.
Im not really well versed with this culture so I can only shake my head in disagree. The food there is indeed somewhat pricy and the food portion are also questionable. When you want to eat KBBQ the minimum requirement is to order a BBQ for two person, means you always have to double the price mention above.
Wouldn't it be for one particular dish, I might not want to come back. But my eyes really sparkled when I had that one piece of Beef in my mouth.
Beside the godly LA Galbi, there is a dish called Modeum Special and for the sake of God pls don't order it unless you are happy with a mediocre amount of really good beef Galbi, thick cuts of non marinated pork belly strips and some "GEFLÜGELFLEISCHWURST" sorry tho... oh and some gigantic onion slices that will strike fear in everyone. If you don't know what I mean with Geflügelfleischwurst, there is a picture attached at the end. I also like it but under no circumstances would I have imagined that Korean like these kinds of sausages on their grill.
PART II next...