|The Good||+ Korean BBQ with eggs|
+ Side dish buffet
+ Somewhat fancy
+ Balcony, pond, and jumbo screen
|The Bad||- Decent meat, but not highest quality|
Best for: Groups, dates, drinking, anytime
Their signature meat, at the top of the menu, is 갈매기살 (gal-mae-gi-sal). Don't worry, it's not "seagull meat" as the name literally means in Korean; it's pork skirt-meat, or the pig's diaphragm. 갈매기살 is leaner than other pork cuts and almost seems beef-like.
Beside the eggs, another worthynote is The Beijing's side dishes. The first round is delivered by the waiter, but refills require a trip to the side dish buffet. There is a decent selection of grillable veggies (kimchi, onions, garlic), salads and sauces.
The place is large, with two floors of both indoor and outdoor seating, although usually only the 1st floor balcony is occupied. The balcony provides open-air dining in the warmer months, and is enclosed and heated in the winter. Across the reflecting pool from the balcony is a jumbo screen that usually shows K-pop concerts or variety shows.