The restaurant itself was spacious with a lot of seating space, and there are two different levels of floors. Chingu was more than half full when we arrived, and there were only two waitresses on the floor, so it was severely understaffed.
Main: galbi (beef short ribs), bulgogi (marinated beef), chicken, and pork belly
Soup: pork bone soup, miso, kimchi stew
Vegetables: lettuce wrap, zucchini, onion, and green peppers
Seafood: squid, fish fillet
Dessert: ice cream
I really enjoyed their galbi (marinated beef short ribs), and thought that it was delicious. The galbi was tender and well marinated in a really sweet sauce.
As for the seafood, the regular menu was limited to only fish fillet and squid. The fish fillet was rather decent, and fresh. It also did not break into tiny pieces when cooked. I thought that the squid was way too chewy but it was pretty decent.
How about the service? Considering the fact that there were only two waitresses on hand for the entire lunch period; the service was relatively slow. The dishes took longer to arrive to our table from the kitchen.
Quality of Food: 3.5/5
Dining Experience: 3/5
Address: 280 W Beaver Creek Rd, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3Z1