At Sura Korean Bistro, tables are busy with small plates called banchan surrounding an inset hot pot. A grill is also included on the table. This all-you-can-eat feast will set you back about $20. It's all about cooking the food yourself. So, if grilling up about six different kinds of meat (kogi) is your thing, Sura Korean Bistro might be for you. The workout can make for an entertaining meal, especially in one of the private rooms on the second floor. Wherever you sit, the service is attentive and leaves little for want.
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