This solid, family-run Korean barbecue joint is one of the only places to get Korean fare in Brooklyn. Luckily, it's generally very good--the kimchi pancakes are thick and fluffy, with a crisp exterior that's stained orange with spice. Hot stone bibimbop--scrape up the crispy rice at the bottom!--is comforting on a cold night, as are the many bubbling soft tofu casseroles. The meats for the barbecue could generally use some spicing up, so ask for the gochuchang hot sauce.
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