Sunday, June 16, 2013
On Thursday June 13 I went with some colleagues of mine to eat Korean BBQ food in Chicago (4200 N Lincoln Ave). This was my first time eating this kind of food and I left the place feeling full and happy. All of the staff and most of the patrons spoke Korean. In addition, the interior design of the restaurant itself is very much in line with Korean architecture (so I am told). So, the entire ambiance completely steals you away to another place and culture.
We probably waited about 45 minutes for a table. This place is VERY popular.
Here you can see the stoneware hot plate and ingredients. We ordered a large serving of fresh beef that we then cooked on the hot plate. We then mixed the cooked beef with various fresh ingredients.