Korean BBQ hotspots in Toronto

You don’t have to head down to Bloor and Christie to experience awesome Korean nosh, especially with this Asian specialty branching out into different ‘hoods. But two things you must do are bring a strong stomach and the willingness to try anything. Korean BBQ is hot, spicy and ready to set your tastes buds ablaze. Ready? Go!

Korean Village Han Kuk Kwan Restaurant

1
628 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6G 1K7

When you want a true array of Korean BBQ with sides and service equally amazing, you come here. The kimchi is zesty and pickled just right, while the hot stone bowl comes with the added bonus of cheese. The best finishing touch? A lollipop after your meal.

Ka Chi Restaurant

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2322 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6S 1P2

If Kensington Market is known for anything, it’s the eclectic mix of shops and restaurants, particularly Ka-Chi. Because when you’re looking for potato pancakes to act as a side for glass noodles, there’s nowhere else you’d rather be. And true to Korean BBQ form, they come with all the sides.

Arisu

3
584 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6G 1K4

Whether you’re popping in on your lunch break or impressing that special someone, be prepared to let the food take centre stage. This Korean restaurant has a strong Japanese influence and you can’t go wrong with any of their banchan dishes, BBQ combo or sushi rolls.

Paldo Gangsan

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694 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6G 1L4

You will never know food heaven until you visit this spot, genuinely Korean through and through. It’s the true epitome of a fantastic hole-in-the-wall, with pork bone soup to die for, sizzlin’ spicy dishes and portions big enough to divvy up for tomorrow’s breakfast.

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