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Jan 15, 2007 07:09 PM

Dallas: Best Korean BBQ?

I have been living in Houston and would like to know the best Korean BBQ here in Dallas? Need suggestions from the Chowhounds!!

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  1. my recommendation is Seoul Garden, 2502 Royal Lane, Dallas 75229 - 972-484-6090. A bit difficult to find, address is on Royal but restaurant actually faces Reeder Rd. It's in a very small strip center at the South East corner of Royal & Reeder (just off royal between I35 & Harry Hines)

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    1. re: bigballoon

      Seould Garden is OK but I would also recommend Chosun Kalbi (Korean BBQ joint) at 2560 Roayl Lane. It's sort of tucked in behind the perfume store so it might be a little difficult to find but their marinated short rib is one of a kind! And their side dishes are excellent also. I would definitely recommend Chosun.

    2. I would second that recommendation. The difference is that Seoul Garden brings you hot coals, while most of the others just have a electric element.

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      1. re: irodguy

        third that rec. it's the only place my family will eat galbi. it's basically korean tradition to find which restaurant makes a particular dish the best out of all the other restaurants and to just visit that restaurant for that particular dish. and seoul garden has that distinction for korean bbq.

      2. I agree with all of the above. The hot coals makes a difference in taste in my opinion. The electric grill thing never did it for me in any Korean restaurant whether here in Dallas or back in Chicago.

        1. I've never had Korean bbq but I'm always on the lookout for new ethnic foods. Can someone describe what this dish is and what would you typically eat with it?

          1. Here's a brief description of what it is, and how to eat it.


            Probably the easiest introduction is to have the short ribs (kalbi) and leave some of the more exotic cuts for later exploration.