That looked more interesting than it tasted. There were a bunch of bean sprouts under that meat, and it all cooked down into a bit of a sweet sukiyaki-like stew, the broth of which was a bit too strong. It might have been OK if we had some rice to go with it, but we didn't, and instead got some ramen to go into it afterwards. Well, if this is what these guys are known for, then I'm glad that we tried it. But I'll stick to their yakiniku next time.