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Korean BBQ in Columbus

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    bjones7
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    Any good Korean BBQ places in Columbus?

    #543755

    maveric1
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    There are only 2 “BBQ” places in Columbus, that I know of. Kaya on Reed and Sansu on Bethel.

    #543756

    bjones7
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    Cool Thanks

    #543757

    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Awesome Laura Lee, of Ajumama fame, recommended San Su. I can’t wait to try it.

    #543758

    Another vote for San Su on Bethel. The lunch specials are affordable and delicious.

    #543759

    columbusfoodie
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    Hopefully it’s still there (haven’t eaten out in a restaurant for a while) but we were really big fans of Restaurant Silla on Henderson – I wrote a review[/url] about it quite a while ago, and our visits since then have been pretty consistent with the review. It’s not Korean BBQ in the sense that you cook the food yourself at the table (which I think is the way Kaya does it, right folks?), but they make one hell of a Dol Sot Bi Bim Bap.

    #543760

    DavidF
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    columbusfoodie said:
    Hopefully it’s still there (haven’t eaten out in a restaurant for a while) but we were really big fans of Restaurant Silla on Henderson – I wrote a review[/url] about it quite a while ago, and our visits since then have been pretty consistent with the review. It’s not Korean BBQ in the sense that you cook the food yourself at the table (which I think is the way Kaya does it, right folks?), but they make one hell of a Dol Sot Bi Bim Bap.

    Kaya is the real deal for Korean BBQ, but Silla is awesome sauce for Korean food in general.

    #543761

    geoyui
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    Kaya and Sansu are both great choices.

    The one advantage Silla has over the others is that they are open late (2 am), so if you want late night Korean food, Silla is the place.

    But going back to BBQ, something that I recently discovered at Sansu is that they have a Korean BBQ BUFFET for lunch on Sundays (Maybe even Saturdays?). It’s not cheap, $30 for an all you can grill Korean BBQ. FYI, everyone at your table has to get the buffet, no sharing…

    #543762

    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Pork Belly from Ajumama.

    Barbecued by the talented and charming Laura Lee.

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