Now Open: Gen Korean BBQ

November 20, 2017 - bbq set

Gen Korean BBQ, non-stop in Tempe in mid-September, is a first Gen Korean BBQ opening to open in Arizona. The renouned sequence has 22 locations in California, Nevada, Texas, and Hawaii.

This sleek, contemporary grill serves Korean classics like beef bulgogi (thinly sliced beef cooking in a honeyed sauce), joomulluk (short beef cooking in sesame oil), and sharp pig bulgogi. Savory dishes in soy or fish-based marinades prominence a menu and underline chicken, shrimp, and calamari. The adventurous can opt for baby octopus or daechang (cow intestine).

And get this: The menu is all-you-can eat.

Korean grill is carrying a moment. What Korean grill means is cooking seasoned, cooking meats over gas or colourless grills. At Gen Korean BBQ, guest get to ready their possess meats over a round stove set in a core of a table, creation for a truly hands-on dining experience.

Rice, salad and other sides are included. Beware: there’s a 5 dollar assign for each plate we sequence and don’t finish. There’s also a dual hour time extent once you’ve been seated. Meaning we can’t park for 5 hours and design gigantic food all night.

Sizzling adult beef bulgogi and sharp pig bulgogi with onions.EXPAND

Customers can sip soju, a light alcoholic libation done from rice, barley or wheat. Soju comes in flavors like immature apple, lychee, and Mai Tai. There’s also sake, red and white wines, breeze beers, and tea options including Japanese prohibited genmaicha (green tea brewed with roasted brownish-red rice). And for dessert, try a multi-colored macaron ice cream.

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The ambience during Gen is sharp-witted and chic, with cool, blue lights educational a space. Rows of atmospheric booths side possibly side of a restaurant, with a bar on a behind wall.

Another essential note: while a all-you-can-eat has apart lunch ($15.99) and cooking ($24.99) prices, only a cooking cost is offering on weekends.

Gen Korean BBQ. 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy. #1056, Tempe; 480-939-2650

Sunday by Thursday, 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.

source ⦿ http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/restaurants/gen-korean-bbq-tempe-bulgogi-grilled-meat-9868705

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