On the first day in Jasper and the fifth day in Canada, I wanted to change my taste and found that there was Korean cuisine, so everyone went together. Unexpectedly, there was no barbecue or the biggest feature of Korean cuisine. Kimchi and porridge were given before dinner. All the good customs are gone...The taste can only be said to be okay, because there are too many western foods. There was only one waiter, who ordered the meals separately, and the dishes were served by raising their hands. I bought beer in the next restaurant in the third hall. As a result, I was not allowed to drink, and I instantly felt uncomfortable. It was no different from forced consumption. In addition to tax, a 15% tip is required at the checkout. We don't want to give it. The clerk is very upset and said that it must be given. There are more than 5 people at the door and must pay the tip. If you don't like it, you can not come to eat! What is this attitude? Pasted on the small glass on the door, six or seven pieces of text or pictures, who would look at each one? It is not marked in an obvious location. We should be informed when we enter the door or when ordering food. We originally ordered the dishes separately and checked out separately, reminding us to sit separately or not to eat. When we ask questions The old Korean lady still uses English to say that she is Chinese. I think it is very strange. Can't you say something unreasonable? Tips are affirmation of your service. The serving is slow, the menu will not be charged after ordering, and the empty plate will not be charged after eating. Where is the service? Tips are ok, I choose how much I voluntarily choose. If it is conditionally compulsory, just posting it is not enough. If there are more than five people in the store during our meal, it is not too much to prompt! If you don’t tip much, you are not satisfied with being forced. Originally a pleasant trip, your store also hopes to do business happily, and tell us in advance the unpleasant ones!
On the evening of our arrival in Jasper, we went to Kimchi House, the only Korean restaurant in Jasper. The taste was very authentic, the food was satisfying, and the five-star praise! If you don’t want to wait in a long queue, you can reserve your seat by phone in advance (see the picture below).