6/F Causeway Bay Plaza One, 489 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay Tel: 2877 7797, 2877 7716 Open: 11.30am-midnight Cuisine: Korean. Ambience: An attendant wearing traditional Korean dress leads diners to the spacious dining hall or private rooms. The restaurant is neat, with Korean paintings and colourful accessories on the walls (including a plasma TV). Only a few staff speak Cantonese; some speak English. Price: $210 per person, including 10 per cent service charge. No surcharge for side dishes - excluding extra orders - and tea. Pros: There are many delicious, traditional dishes, from stews to stone-pot rice, casseroles and ginseng soups. Unlike some Korean restaurants that specialise only in barbeque, this one offers many different dishes. Service is friendly and attentive, although a bit slow. Cons: It's difficult to choose what to eat, especially when going in a small group, because the portions are large and the ingredients can be quite similar. Recommended dishes: The eight side dishes (free of charge) - with kimchee, seasoned tofu, small fish, potatoes, egg and vegetable pancakes, bean sprouts, zucchini and eggplant pickles - were delicious and varied. The rice with beef and mixed vegetables in sizzling stone pot ($98) lived up to expectations. The red pepper paste is quite spicy and makes the dish even better. We especially loved the thin layer of crisp rice stuck to the bottom of the pot. Beef with mushrooms in casserole ($300, above) was a generous serving of tender meat. The casserole also included vermicelli and vegetables such as leeks, cabbage and onions which also absorbed the flavour of the beef. A good contrast to the other dishes was pan-fried fish fillet with egg batter ($68 for small, $98 for regular), which had a spicy dipping sauce. What else? The lunch menu is revised every two weeks.