Good Korean barbecue is the sum of its parts. At 9292, each part is a cut above like pickled radishes and soy-glazed peanuts; prime-tasting brisket, short ribs, and ribeye; charcoal grills; and a clean, modern space. (As for the name: Say “92-92” in Korean and it sounds a lot like the word for “grill.”) It’s a marvel to watch the servers navigate the labyrinth of semi-private dining cubicles. Need a water refill? More meat? Push the call button and your table number flashes red on a screen near the kitchen.
3360 Satellite Boulevard, Duluth, 470-227-1431, facebook.com/9292KBBQ