Yes, I know the place looks empty but this picture was taken later in the evening on our way home...
The moment we entered it felt like we were entering a high school--everybody in here was under the age of 18 and female:
First up...baked lasagna...it was pretty good, the pasta was a bit different but still very tasty:
We also ordered a pizza...I went for the "supreme" and it ended up coming with corn niblets--yes, corn niblets. Korean pizza is awesome because it has less dough and lots of toppings.
How about some potato wedges to polish off this meal (as you can see these dishes are all grease-themed):
You're probably wondering...wow these two are pigs for eating all of this food--hold it right there: we saved the pizza for dinner, buster! To our surprise, this is how it came in the take out box:
A pizza box wrapped with red ribbon--amazing! When we ate the pizza for dinner it felt like Christmas opening the box!
Lunch was great and it was reasonably priced. I also noticed on the menu they had BUBBLE TEA! It was my first sighting of bubble tea in Korea (let me know where else you can find BT in Korea). Have you seen a Pastario near you?