I have this strange assumption that any restaurant that is located at a small and sub-level room in a building has to be amazingly delicious, aesthetically comfortable, and totally overpriced. And so, we entered this Thailand-Indonesia restaurant on the outskirts of Hongdae, as M fondly calls it. I love little places like this because it has such character and while two of my three assumptions were correct, the food was not overpriced at all. Meals were at a decent (almost cheap, even!) price and the service was wonderful. I enjoyed a nice bowl of beef in noodle soup. The others all tried a few of the spicier options – which was definitely fun to watch – and a sangria to top it off. Definitely a place I wouldn’t mind visiting again – if it wasn’t for the fact that there’s so much still to eat and try in Korea.