For many, there's no substitute to Brother's. The food is light and nutritious, plus the service is generous and courteous.
The BBQ beef, chicken or pork is very good and comes with various side vegetable dishes like potato, bean sprouts, and cucumber. If you're daring enough, try the Kim Chee soup - a spicy combination of Kim Chee, beef, and tofu in a broth.
So get a beer to cool down that spice and make sure to bring mints to shut out that wicked combination of garlic, vinegar, and kim chee. But it's practically guaranteed you'll enjoy the experience that is Brother's.
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