Liam is sad.
The food was just ok. We ordered the bacon-wrapped-scallop-with-asparagus-spear-stuck-through-it- on-top-of-salad appetizer, and that was pretty good.
I ordered a bento box of pork katsu that was way overcooked and lukewarm. Nothing like overcooked pork with overcooked breading. Yum factor = "not so much". The california roll that came in the bento box was pretty mayonnaisey. I like mayo, but not in my california roll. Come to think of it, I don't really like california rolls that much. It also came with two fried (deeply, perhaps?) gyoza. Again, just ok. Lukewarm. And topping it all off was a nice iceberg lettuce salad featuring my favorite: thousand island dressing. ew. I dutifully ate a few bites of the salad, however, so as not to be all judgy without eveng trying it.
Jake ordered bibimbap that was ok, but also lukewarm. It had some spice to it though. Mayhaps he can be more specific about his meal and also can add pics of us "enjoying" our meal.
Jacob: Yeah, I heartily agree with what Liam says. The lukewarm-ness of the lunch was sort of bothersome. If it had been hot, or cold, that would have been fine, but lukewarm just sort of feels unhealthy, like the food had been sitting for a long time all plated up.
My Bibimbap was pretty good. I haven't eaten a lot of Korean food and the bulgogi beef was taste, but again, lukewarm. Liam's katsu was kind of gross, sort of like breaded chicken jerky.
So overall, I'd give it a 5 out of 10. It was fair. The service and food was fair. The price was high. I think it's no more Tig.Asian.Tapas for us.
Liam: Agreed. 5/10. And a bit pricey, indeed.