I'm always excited when a new place open nearby or on my route home. I noticed Subi Q on my tram ride homes and found a friend to come with.
2 things that were confusing: 1. It's a BBQ place but the diners don't do any of the BBQ-ing, which was a little disappointing. 2. The decor/menu was a mix of Japanese/Korean influences. For example, the scrolls were in Japanese but the images below them were korean.
Besides those minor details, the food was actually pretty good, the meat was beautifully cooked and I thoroughly enjoyed the Tofu entree and the Bibimbap. We were also hoping to see some soup on the menu but there was none.
I don't know if I'd want to go again, I quite enjoy actual Korean BBQ where the grill is in front of me and I get to cook it myself. That's where the fun is.