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If you’re a Korean food virgin, this tiny hut in an unlikely Wedding location is a fine place to lose your innocence. The native owner-chef takes on the roles of greeter, seater, server, sommelier and cook in what amounts to a Peter Sellers–worthy performance. The menu is extensive, but we highly recommend the bulgogi: slices or chunks of beef or pork, cooked on a gas barbecue at your table and served with a handful of panchan (side dishes). Delicious and authentic.