HiI am looking for a Korean restaurant that serves lamb.
like lamb galbi,lamb bulgogi and mutton soup.
If you are a "lamb fan" then you really should check out Feng Mao in Korea town. Not Korean, but excellent none the less.
thank you, if you know authentic korean style please let me know.
Road to Seoul has lamb on their BBQ menu and Mirak has a lamb hot pot.
awesome thank you
Chin Go Gae and Mirak both serve heuk yeomsotang, black goat stew. Close, but obvsiously not the same.
I dunno how many times I've been chastised for equating lamb and goat as being "similar".
A lot of Koreans hate lamb. It's just not a thing. For a treat, though, try the lamb-based ``bosintang'' at Yanbian. Which you will be dissuaded from ordering, but it's there.
Now that has to be true (the hating lamb thing) as I did a word search on almost 1700 Yelp reviews for Road to Seoul and I saw one (ONE!) review mention lamb in passing. Now that says something to me.
I agree with Servorg that Feng Mao is a great place for lamb. I go often for the kebabs (and that cumin-y spice on the side, oh my -- so addicting). I also love the dumplings and green onion pancake, if the OP wants some other suggestions there.
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