I stayed in Banff for a few days and wanted to change my taste. I saw this Korean barbecue restaurant. There are mostly Koreans. It is still an improved Korean barbecue. The beef is fresher and tender. The barbecue with lettuce is good for so many days. An adjustment.
Almost all Koreans are flying throughout the store. It seems that tourists from Kimchi country also love their own dishes more~ The quality of Alberta's beef is of course unquestionable. This Korean restaurant, which focuses on beef barbecue and beef hot pot, must not be wrong when choosing beef, but the price is really too expensive... The so-called roast beef in their home is not the charcoal grilled meat usually eaten. A plate of beef is cut into thin slices and cooked directly on the gas stove with meat and vegetables. The amount of meat in beef hot pot is much smaller than that in roast beef, but fortunately, there are a lot of side dishes and the price is better.