You’ll leave here with the essence of ash wafting from your clothes, but that’s no reason to stay away from the charcoal-fueled Korean barbecue. The wangkalbi and dai ji kalbi are marinated, not saturated, in their respective sauces, which gives the high-quality meats a chance to speak for themselves. Don’t want to smell like a campfire? Try the bibim naeng Myun, a big bowl of cold buckwheat noodles and beef topped with a spicy and flavorful chili sauce.
|Venue name:||San Soo Gab San|
5247 N Western Ave
|Cross street:||between Farragut and Berwyn Ave|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 11am-2am|
|Transport:||Bus: 11, 49, 49B, 92.|
|Price:||Average main course: $16|
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