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Smoke house magic In Korean, Yeonga means “smoke house” - an appropriate name for this particular venue. This Korean BBQ is a far cry from most other kitschy BBQs. The interior has been built on the model of “Hanok”, which is the term used to describe houses built using traditional Korean architecture - it’s sleek, dramatic and oh so cool. Gather around a large hotplate and DIY - you can pick a selection of meats and cook it yourself, there's wagyu, pork belly, beef brisket and spicy chicken just to name a few. You can also dine from the a la carte menu and enjoy loads of Korean delicacies. This is a great place for group dining where everyone can share and get involved in the cooking process. Happy eating! Best dish: bibimbab (signature Korean dish) - your choice of meat with veg and steamed rice served on sizzling hot stone pot served with chilli paste.