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Asian: You don't have to go all-you-can-eat at Korea House, but it's particularly fun if you're new to Korean barbecue and want to sample the vast variety available. Thin cuts to thick, you'll have a blast grilling your own meats. Be sure to ask servers for helpful hints to avoid overcooking and get the most out of your experience in general. Yummy offerings like tongue give way to heavy hitters like short ribs, ribeye and more. But if you're not into heavy duty bulgogi, no worries, a host of Korean deliciousness in the form of bibimbap (mixed rice, a classic from Korea) tteokbokki (a spicy offering of rice cakes and fish cakes) and a host of savory stir-fry options await.

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Local Expert A.D. Thompson Says:

Asian: "If you're going the AYCE option, bring hungry friends; it's a whole-table-or-nothing deal."

Best for Asian Because: Delicious Korean classics and an AYCE bargain make Korea House a solid choice.

Main Menu

Korean-chinese Food
Mixed Rice
Steamed & Fish
Korean Bbq
Lunch Special
Side Dishes
Beer - Domestic
Beer - Imported
Korean Wine

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