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Charm Korean BBQ


North Austin

$$$$Perfect For:Big GroupsCasual Weeknight Dinner
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One of the original spots in Austin for AYCE Korean barbecue, you’ll find Charm in a busy strip mall right off I-35 in North Austin, in a fairly dark dining room with lots of tightly packed, semi-private booths. Unlike many spots in town, here you have an option between ordering a la carte and going for the bottomless option, and there’s also a menu full of non-barbecue Korean classics like budae jjigae and bibimbap. AYCE options come in three different tiers, starting from a more affordable plan around $30, to a reservation-only plan with premium meats that will set you back $80/person—though no matter which plan you go with, you should expect a pretty small selection of banchan. The meat quality is decent in the basic plan, but considering that it’s one of the most affordable AYCE options in town, it’s a tough spot to beat on value. 

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