For Thai/Lao New Year (สงกรานต์) I met with my friend and some of my family for dinner at Bulgogi Haus. It was tasty as always.
The restaurant is simple but cosy. A few Korean items hang at the wall, the waiters are nice (sometimes confused) and food is great. The meat is matched to the amount of people eating. There is pork and beef, beef bulgogi and duck bulgogi, shrimps and sepia. The side dishes as well as salad, rice and soup are prepared as all you can eat-buffet. As aperitif you can choose between a plum wine and aloe vera drink. Drinks and desserts like melon ice cream, waffle ice cream costs extra.
It is fun gathering with friends and/or family to eat Bulgogi 불고기 together.