Time Out says
Cooking at home may be a bore, but an indoor Korean barbecue is an adventure. Your server sets white-hot charcoal on your well-ventilated table and then brings out marinated raw meats such as kalbi (short ribs) or Kobe beef for you to grill. Included are about a dozen salty, spicy side dishes known as banchan. If you don’t feel like cooking, dolsot bibimbap served in a stone casserole is one of the tastier traditional rice bowls in town.
3752 W Lawrence Ave
|Cross street:||between Ridgeway and Hamlin Aves|
|Transport:||El stop: Brown to Kimball. Bus: 53, 81.|
|Price:||Average main course: $15|
|Opening hours:||Dinner (closed Tue)|
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