Korean barbecue spots in Calgary

Korean barbecue is both a meal and an event. From platters of marvelous marinated meats that can include beef sirloin (bulgogi) and ribs as well as pork, chicken and veggies, you cook for your own fragrant feast right at your table. Here are a few select Korean restaurants where the grilling is great.

Seoul Korean BBQ

1
201-4336 MacLeod Trail SW, Calgary, AB T2G 0A4

Seoul Korean BBQ offers the option of cook-at-your-table Korean barbecue meals. If you choose the cook it yourself route, know that the place has one of the best ventilations systems of any barbecue restaurant in the city.

Insadong Korean Restaurant

2
301-403 North Rd, Coquitlam, BC V3K 3V9

Bring your appetite and sign up for the all-you-can-eat barbecue feast at Insadong Korean BBQ. Just make sure you eat what you order, as there's a surcharge for leftovers. Delicious side dishes (banchan) accompany your meal.

Jinkwon Migarock Restaurant

3
17-7400 Macleod Trail Se, Calgary, AB T2H 0L9

Nice ambiance and friendly service make Koreana a great place to visit when you are dining in South Calgary. Tables and booths feature barbecue units and the place is well ventilated.

Korean Village Restaurant

4
1324 10 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T3C 0J2

One of Calgary’s oldest Korean restaurants, Korean Village is easy to find, as it’s situated just south of the Calgary tower on 10th Avenue Southwest. Korean standards served with an array of complimentary side dishes (banchan) include transparent chapchae noodles with vegetables and pork, kimchi stew, spicy chicken as well as several grill-it-yourself tabletop barbecue dishes.

1815852 Alberta Ltd

5
24-240 Midpark Way SE, Calgary, AB T2X 1N4

Just off Macleod Trail and Midlake Boulevard Southeast, Moon Korean BBQ serves a meaty array of barbecue dishes. Evening barbecue entrees include beef bulgogi, pork ribs and soy chicken. The osam bulgogi with spicy pork, squid and veggies is highly recommended. For lunch, try a bulgogi barbecue bento box.

Don Day

6
101-909 7 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2P 1A6

An authentic Korean hideaway on downtown Calgary’s west side, Don Day doesn’t go easy on the go chu jang (red pepper paste), which is the Old Country’s signature spicy sauce. The restaurant features both tabletop and portable barbecue units on which to grill your own beef bulgogi, beef galbi (short ribs), pork shoulder or a cauldron of delectable pork bone soup.

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