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At Michidora you can choose to cook your own Korean BBQ on a table centre grill or order speciality dishes. Michidora means 'crazy' and 'mad' and the owners want diners to feel that way when they taste how delicious the food is.
The gas grills are in the centre of tables seating four and are fired up by the friendly waitresses. With the meat order, you are given metal tongs and scissors which are used to cook and serve the meat. Sides of kimchi, tempura vegetables, potato and fish cake are complimentary and provided as necessary.
There are a variety of meats on the menu including chicken, pork, beef, ribs and seafood and every carnivore should find something that suits. Each meat is marinated in a different sauce. The peppery flavour of the Ox tongue was complemented by the sour chilli kimchi. There are not many options for vegetarians, although there are a few edible garnishes provided with the meat.
The restaurant space is quite compact with a mix of standard and BBQ tables. The BBQ tables are suitable for four diners and would not be suitable for young children as there is an open flame. The room is decorated with K-Pop posters and has a noisy casual buzz. Michidora is fully licensed and offers takeaway and delivery. There are onsite toilets, nearby parking lots and street parking.