photo credit: Nicolai McCrary
Most people probably know Chosun Galbi for their Korean barbecue—with tabletop grills, banchan, and the works—and most of the time, that’s what we’re here for. But they also have a pretty robust menu of soups and stews, from brothy, beef based soups to an assortment of soon doo boo packed full of soft tofu. We really liked the dduk bae ki bulgogi here—it’s a lighter beef broth packed full of slightly-sweet bulgogi and a few glass noodles. They’re located in the Highland neighborhood, right near The Linc.
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