Remember the first time you ate Korean BBQ and wondered what you were doing? Michael Kwan breaks it down for diners. Protip: order more than just bbq!
In the summer, nothing beats barbecued meat! Here are five fine establishments serving up some of the best in BBQ, including melt-in-your-mouth brisket, robata-grilled chicken and smoky BBQ platters so big they’re named after dinosaurs.
“It looks like we have a hubcap in our table.” Welcome to my first experience at a Korean BBQ restaurant. A few days ago I was thinking about what kinds of food I haven’t yet tried in Richmond, and realized Korean was one of them. I’m not well-versed in this cuisine, though I do […]