Maybe you’re at Chosun Galbi for dduk bae ki bulgogi soups and soon doo boo when it’s cold out. Or maybe you’re here with a group of friends, ready to take down a mountain of Korean barbecue. Platters are priced by the meat (generally from $25-40) with each designed to feed about one hungry person. But there’s also a three-person platter that comes with a little bit of everything. The banchan options here are some of the best in town—don’t be surprised to find yourself asking for refills of braised potatoes, pickled radish, and cucumber kimchi. The whole experience is set in a very cozy dining room that feels more like dining in an old house than in a parking lot next to a movie theater.