For all that was good about the meal the price was way to high small order of wings 8 plus dollars for 4 wings that's two dollars a wings come on. I also had the short ribs based on the picture menu 21 dollars subtract...More
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So good! Order the namesake dish, a Dolsot bowl, which you can get with a variety or meat and or vegetables.
I want to give this restaurant a 5-star rating. However, after going there twice on consecutive days, I was dismayed by the enormous wait times. The food itself is the best Korean food in the Cherry Hill area (having tried most of the 5-6 options)....More
We had great scallion pancakes and the rice dumpling soup was perfect. The portions are big (the omurice was humungous) so come hungry. Their dolsot was extremely hot but really good. Really, this place was just so good. A bit of a wait for the...More
We were seated at a table with a grill as we went in for BBQ. W ordered the Spicy Pork, Bulgogi, some korean pancakes and hot stone vegetable and tofu soup. Everything was fresh and delicious but for some reason they didn't have Korean style...More
Small but neat eatery. Polite and competent serving staff, No alcohol. Very good Moolnengmeon with great toppings. Ok Mandoo; good Chicken Wings. Acceptable Banchans, in terms of variety and quality. Overall, pleasant experience.
Dolsot House provides a lively, dense, diverse crowd of happy patrons enjoying steaming hot bowls of fantastic Korean food. The friendly staff hustle through the crowded dining room creating a lively, enjoyable dining experience. Our table for six was filled with foods of different spices...More
We had never tried Korean BBQ until a friend recommended Dolsot House, so I don't have much of a frame of reference. But I can say this: we loved it! The restaurant is rather small, but not too noisy, and the staff was very friendly....More
I opted to eat here after having a poor experience with Stacy's Baewon previously. Upon entering the restaurant I noticed it was quaint spot with dim mood lighting, I was greeted promptly by the wait staff almost immediately. The interior is a little bit of...More
My husband and I went to the Dolsot House with another couple. We were seated immediately, but the restaurant filled up right after we arrived at 6:30. We ordered pork dumplings and the server recommended the wings. She was right! The wings were crunchy and...More