Myung Ga Tofu and BBQ Restaurant is a Korean restaurant but not really a Korean barbecue restaurant: no grills built into the tables, no ventilation hoods overhead. What it serves is authentic Korean comfort food, just like mom used to make. The warm, wood-toned space is filled with Korean families passing along fajita-like platters of bulgoki (spicy, thin-shredded pork) and vegetable-filled pancakes the size of Frisbees. Unlike "small plates" restaurants where people share little bites, sharing huge plates seems pretty much a necessity here. Not only are the portion sizes huge but Myung Ga provides a wide array of banchan - small bowls of vegetables like kimchi or sesame-dressed bean sprouts - with each meal. These banchan are meant to be served as accompaniments to each dish, but they also create a lavish spread on each table.