Barbecue at the table, Korean-style
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Korean-food virgins can’t go wrong at this Liberdade local: just order the Korean barbecue. It comes with sweet beef and a huge helping of mushrooms and vegetables, cooked right there at the table (R$85), and is served with an array of side dishes including kimchi (fermented vegetables). Pure shots of Soju (R$24, 360ml bottle), Korea’s national tipple – a kind of smooth saké, distilled from cereals – are de rigueur. Thankfully for your brain cells, the evening session closes early; but Cho Sun Ok also does a weekday executive lunch (R$48) with a spreads of hot and cold dishes chosen by the chef.
R$29-$50; lunch R$48
Major cards accepted
Open noon-3pm, 6-10pm Tue-Sun
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