This low-key Korean barbecue place lies off Highway 50. Its dark, sleek wood walls and yellow panels, painted with delicate blossoming branches, ... More
Oz Korean BBQ Restaurant
This low-key Korean barbecue place lies off Highway 50. Its dark, sleek wood walls and yellow panels, painted with delicate blossoming branches, enhance the ambiance for guests. The dinner menu centers primarily around meat, with beef being a common option for regulars. Unfortunately for vegetarians, there's not much to choose from. For lunch, big bowls of soups and stews and noodle dishes are served. Here, barbecue dishes are cooked at your own table over a hot charcoal grill.
Nice atmosphere for a large party and plenty of eating. I was a little disappointed in the llack of Hangul speaking servers or maybe my wife doesn't look Korean enough. LOL!! ;} Can't believe sangchu is extra. Most Korean BBQ's give until you are done. Side dishes were very good. Would I come back? Absolutely, and with a bigger stomach.
Recently, I bought one of those $50 certificate for only $25 that they offered on 107.9 thinking that it was a great deal. After having dinner there last night, I don't think I'll be purchasing anymore of those so called $50 gift certs. It ended up being a hassle to use. Keep in mind that they don't give you change for the balance or the opportunity to use the balance on a later trip or even apply it towards the gratuity. So you'll have to fore-go your remaining balance on the gift certificate, which is a waste. To add insult to injury, our waitress wasn't as competent as we'd hoped. She was more ignorant than helpful. Furthermore, she was more concerned about everything and anything else except for providing good service. She took forever to come check on our table as if we did not exist. When we were low on drinks (water), we were so tempted to walk up to the counter with our empty cups to ask for a refill. It's sad to know that these waitress are so oblivious to their customers' needs that they focus more on chit chatting at the front counter waiting to receive a big tip. With their fake smiles and persona, these waitresses DO NOT appear to be genuine. I would hope that their management would take this into consideration and re-train their staff....Next time, they should learn to practice due diligence and show that they actually care about their customers' needs. I don't think I will ever go back there to eat. This was my first and last time there.
We went to this restaurant with some friends, and it truly was a great experience. The food was excellent!!! we had the 'all you can eat' where they give a variety of different marinated meats, along with rice and vegetables. Will definitely be back for more!!
I went with my daughter who like me has a taste for Korean, especilly the Kimchi. We liked it. The food was great. The service is fine, about wht you would expect for this caliber of place. I will certainly be back
OK- So I was visiting this area during August, and so what do you think I wanted to eat? Yep. bibim naeng-myun! Oz doesnt have it, but they were nice enough to direct me to a place that does (only about 5 miles away: Cho Dang Tofu House... there are so many restaurants in a 10 mile radius)
OK, so I've read all the reviews and I'd have to say one thing about service. As far as service goes in any Korean restaurants, you're not going to get much of it. You'll find the best service or availability of service at OZ. Most Korean restaurants are going to be what I call the mom and pop owned family restaurants and when they get busy, it's really hard to get refills on water or extra servings of sides. Just ask for a pitcher of water and if need be, serve yourself.
With that said, OZ overall is a good restaurant. Very spacious, clean, and the food's pretty good.
And if you are looking for an alternative to OZ, try Korea House, it's just down the street on the other side of the overpass. Or just drive up and down Folsom Blvd. There are about 5 to 6 Korean places to choose from.
If you look past all the glitz, this restaurant is mediocre at best. The service is terrible with the waiters and waitresses who act as if they're doing YOU the favor of serving you. We went to Oz on and off for over a year and was disappointed each time. Since we didn't know of any other Korean restaurant we kept trying it but finally got fed up with the lack of service and limited side dishes. The restaurant (or maybe just the servers) were also relunctant to take any special requests. When our friends told us about Seoul Restaurant we were happy to finally find a good Korean restaurant. We haven't been back to Oz since!
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