The table fills and fills and fills, and at a certain point it begins to be ridiculous
– there’s no visible table anymore! –
and someone starts to giggle at the crazy excess, the sheer weight of the experience.
The New York Times
MADANGSUI “The Korean Prime Barbecue Restaurant Housed in Midtown Manhattan”
Who could resist the multiple sensory pleasures of Korean barbecue: the spicy, salty flavors and the combination of textures and temperatures(crisp lettuce juxtaposed with succulent grilled meat and fish), not to mention the hands-on fun of going through a pile of lettuce leaves, wrapping your own individual little barbecue “sandwiches” and popping them into your mouth.