What You Should Know:
Eating Korean BBQ at this restaurant feels ultra luxe and high end, and maybe even a little party-like, too. The dry aged cuts of beef are melt-in-your-mouth tender and would pass as exceptional in even the best of steakhouses.
What I Liked:
The Butcher’s Feast comes with an array of small dishes and several different cuts of meat. The selections are all plentiful and delicious.
Is It Worth It:
The Butcher’s Feast might sound slightly pricey at $48 per person, but for the amount and quality of food that is given, I can’t imagine beginning to complain.