I like the food here very much, it's very inexpensive and plenty of it. The sharing of the plate and eating with your hands is a fun and intimate experience for a group or a date. The decor is rather cheap looking, but the food more than makes up for it. Only thing is the service is more along the lines of what you would receive outside of the US (i.e. the staff do not try to anticipate your needs) and you will often need to get their attention to ask for something, but that's just how it works in most countries outside America. Be sure to get plenty of drinks before you start eating as many of the dishes are rather spicy. I adore the Yedoro Watt.