My boyfriend and I went to the restaurant the previous reviewer described (there still is a restaurant in the building that he describes as the older location, but as I don't read Korean I'm not sure what the names of both places are). We took the cheapest menu option (12.000 Won) and it was truly amazing. It had loads and loads of side dishes (most of them featuring garlic, but none of them tasting too garlic-y). Luckily, one of the waitresses spoke English, so she could explain the menu (which had brief English translations as well). Highly recommended!
Relatively small place with semi-open kitchen. Seating is in private rooms with sliding doors. You sit korean-style on the floor on low tables. Menue has three options and you pay depending on how many side-dishes you order. As the area is famous for garlic, expect some of that. It´s one of the best menues we have had in Korea. Nobody spoke english but the food was excellent.
N36°59.352' E128°22.087' This famous Danyang restaurant – also known as Jangsari Sikdang - moved recently from its sorry-looking building behind former Rivertel motel - now the renovated and renamed Guesthouse Danyang - to a bigger building on the northern outskirts of Danyang opposite the stadium. Jandari Sikdang serves the local garlic speciality maneul dolsotbap, four types of grain served in a hot earthenware bowl speckled with chestnuts, dates, ginkgo nuts and other goodies. During our visit in August 2014, we choose the locally grown maneul, from which we made a garlic wrap of several ingredients. The garlic used here is not as strong in taste as in Europe. It was very tasteful. Recommended.