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D92 Korean BBQ
It offers the kind of Korean barbecue that typically warrants a trip to the suburbs.
Heirloom Market BBQ
Heirloom Market BBQ is a love story—between its co-owners, wife and husband Jiyeon Lee and Cody Taylor, and between the homestyle Korean cooking of her childhood and the homestyle Texan cooking of his.
9292 Korean Barbecue
Korean barbecue is the sum of its parts. At 9292—the flagship of a growing mini-empire, including the almost-as-good D92 in Decatur—each part is a cut above.
Review: D92 brings excellent Korean barbecue to Decatur
There hasn’t been much quality Korean barbecue inside the Perimeter since Mirror of Korea on Ponce de Leon Avenue closed forever ago. D92 Korean BBQ set out to change that when it opened in Decatur last August.
K-BBQ Factory brings more exceptional Korean barbecue to Duluth
K-BBQ Factory, the latest restaurant from the owners of 678 and 770, continues to prove that Atlanta's Korean barbecue scene just might rival that of Los Angeles or New York City.
Miss Gogi puts its own spin on Korean barbecue
The restaurant differs from its competition with its cooking surface. Jade-covered metal griddles are installed at an angle, making it easier for the fat to drain off as it's rendered from the heat.
9292 Korean BBQ changes the KBBQ game in Duluth
In Atlanta, most Korean barbecue restaurants seem to be moving toward electric grills, leaving charcoal-based ’cue—with its superior smoky flavor—increasingly hard to find. And the few charcoal-based restaurants that remain require certain concessions. But at 9292 Korean BBQ, there are no compromises, only a bounty of options and exceptional quality.
43. Breakers Korean BBQ
Call it a steakhouse with chopsticks. Prime cuts of Angus beef and expertly trimmed pork are first seared over charcoal and then finished tableside, but there are also jumbo prawns and scallops to be had.
CHAR Korean Bar & Grill brings Korean barbecue ITP with a whimsical twist. Check out the menu.
Tang says CHAR is not a place that takes itself too seriously. A faux dinner combination on the menu called “Jang Song-Taek” includes three pigs, two cows, a sack of fairy dust, two unicorns, four rainbows, and three bugbears for $9999.
Fresh on the Scene: Breakers Korean Bar-B-Q, Masti, and more
Four new openings in Atlanta, plus Korean eateries that are a must-try
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