LivingSocial coupon at Honey Pig. Keith is a big fan of barbecued meats, so I knew this place would be fun and to his liking. I was expecting a modern Americanized Korean restaurant, but as soon as we walked in, I felt transported to an underground secret Korean joint with fliers plastered all over the walls and Korean pop bands performing live on TV. Club music - both American and Korean - was blaring through the speakers. The staff were each wearing a bright primary colored T-shirt featuring the cute Honey Pig logo. We were escorted to one of the tables with a large cook top grill in the center, and were immediately brought a sampling of the traditional Korean side dishes. The menu featured various cuts of meats and a few side dishes including dumplings, seafood pancakes, and some soups and noodle dishes.
Keith enjoyed the meat and all the little sauces and sides that came with it. I also really enjoyed my cold noodle soup. It was very refreshing and had nice flavor from the cucumber and radish. We had plenty of food left over and they were happy to box it up for us to take home. Honey Pig is a fun place that serves traditional Korean food and would be great for groups.
Total Rating: 3.75
Food: 4, Price: 3, Service: 3.5, Ambience: 4, Accessibility: 4
What I ate:
Chilled Buckwheat Noodle Soup
Kalbi and Spicy Pork