One of the owners cures the meats and then slaves away at the smoker slowly cooking the brisket and pulled pork over low temperatures for around ten hours. His efforts result in a tender brisket with burnt ends just pink around the edges with that coveted smoke ring and well done in the center. Served 200 grams at a time, the taste of the four lean and fat slices leave little room for dissatisfaction. Another talked about meat on the list is the lemon and herb marinated boneless chicken leg. One order means two leg quarters at a time and as far as poultry served American style in Seoul, this chicken is by far one of the juiciest. For extra flavor, ask for either the spicy mango or raspberry chipotle sauce. Although quite tasty and creative in its own right, traditionalists might prefer the tang of the more conventional barbecue sauces at Linus’.
47, Noksapyeong-daero 40-gil
|Opening hours:||Tue–Thu 12–4pm; 5:30–10:30pm, Fri–Sat 12–4pm; 5:30–11pm, Sun 5:30–10:30pm|
|Transport:||Noksapyeong Station (Line 6), exit 1|
|Price:||BBQ 14,500–16,900 won per serving, sides 3,000–6,900|