Excellent. Grilled the owner, and the entire place is free of any anchovy broth, meat, and dairy.
Come hungry, because the wave after wave of food automatically sent to the table will be a little intimidating.
Lunch on a Saturday was pleasant, and we had no trouble getting in as a walk-in. There is a specific order to how the dishes are to be eaten. The waitresses will urge you to eat them in the most healthful and delicious order and combination. The first items are typically a porridge and a mulkimchi (white turnips in a cold salty broth) that are supposed to be eaten together.
The dessert was fantastic: light, grease-less fried rice puffs. They were almost as good as my grandmother's.