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I want to try a bunch of Hotel Restaurants in Koreatown. We went to one for Korean New Years not too long ago and it was a nice change of pace.

This restaurant has Japanese seafood so think sushi and live fish and the high prices that always go along with these things (think Madang 621 or LaOn before it closed, etc).

If you don't like things crawling on your plate you may want to stay away in case anyone orders the live seafood. Whether we eat family style or instead not share or combine the 2 methods will be decided as we eat.

Small intimate group of 4 people. You know the drill by now.

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  • Warren

    Nice. Relaxed. Fancy. I'd definitely return for other dishes from the menu.

    February 20, 2013

  • Jeff

    So very sorry to miss this, I have a scheduling conflict.

    February 17, 2013

  • Warren

    These tables in the pic appear to seat 5. So I'm expanding the event to be for 5 just in case there is that much interest (last time I scheduled this event nobody signed up and I had to cancel it).

    January 30, 2013

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