The best part about eating out in Korea:
- service is always attentive and hospitable
- unlimited boricha aka barley tea (and it always comes in a big pitcher, so no need to constantly flag down someone for refills)
- the servers don't pester you trying to work up a tip. You won't hear "how are you doing, is everything okay, can I get you anything else??" a million times. If you need something, you ring the service bell.
- panchans (little side dishes) always come with the meal and lots of them
- taxes are never added to the bill, and tipping is not customary nor expected
and the best part of all.....
- the food is cheap and delicious!
The meal pictured above was $12 flat for two main entrees (at a rather large portion at that) and an appetizer. Win!
By the way, have you ever tried ketchup on cabbage slaw?? So good!