photo credit: Nicolai McCrary
Gangnam Korean BBQ
South Austin doesn’t have a lot of Korean barbecue, which makes Gangnam’s opening off Stassney and I-35 all the more exciting. Well, that and the fact that it’s a massive standalone building with an all-you-can-eat menu of marinated meats and produce that adds a little oomph to a plaza shared with a Chili’s and a Twin Peaks. It’s open for lunch and dinner—with a discounted set price during weekday lunch hours—and takes reservations, in case you don’t want to end up eating skillet queso next door.
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