I've tried their pizza a couple of times and I just don't like. Sorry! Their prices are that cheap either and, given the price and taste, I'd rather go elsewhere.
Every time that I've gone, there's a wait, so I only go when I'm not in hurry. The noodle is good but a little more meat would be good - and this is me saying as someone who doesn't eat a lot of meat. I feel like there's more noodle than anything else, but otherwise, the ramen is delicious. You can ask them to make it more salty, less salty, etc.
It's a small restaurant and every time that I've gone, it's been crowded. The food there is good. It is a bit on the pricey side (compared to other Asian restaurants).
I was looking for a table tripd for my camera and was having trouble finding the one I was looking for. I finally asked the salesperson there and he pointed in the general direction of the wall I've been look at. I went back and looked again. Still can't find it. Went back to him and he pointed back to the wall without bothering to get out from behind the counter. When I told him I've already looked and couldn't find a table tripod there, he reluctantly went with me. It turns out they didn't have table tripods there, and the only table tripods they had was behind the counter and it was the flimsy, bendable leg kind - not what I wanted. I told him that and he pointed to some regular tripod and told me if I put it on a table without expanding the legs, I can use it as a table tripod. Come on! I promptly left after that. Oh, someone told me he had a similar experience. He was looking for a circular polarizer. The sales guy told him all polarizers were circular, because if they weren't, how would they attach to the lens? Geez, a circular polarizer doesn't refer to the shape of the polarizer.
I've been here only once. I was given a gift certificate as a present by someone who likes going here. The atmosphere is very nice and we had a leisurely dinner. We had cheese and chocolate fondue and cooked our vegetable and meat at the table ourselves. It was a nice experience.
Good food at at good price. For this particular location, I like the (very) large patio they have and its setting. It's nice for when the weather's good, and I enjoy an outdoor setting. Plus, the ambience is vibrant depending on the day you go.
One of my favorite Korean restaurants. You have a choice of cooking your own meat or have them cook it for you. The galbi's delicious. And of course, so is the soft tofu soup and so is pancake.
I like the selections of paper they have. The accessories (stickers, letters, etc) are just ok. Sometimes they have what I'm looking for, sometime not.
The estimate was detailed, and the whole process went very smoothly. The workers were all polite and professional. I also appreciate the help in selecting my roof style. My new roof looks great. Pricing was very fair.