Czym jest Koreański Grill?

What is Korean BBQ?

Korean BBQ, known locally as gogi-gui (고기구이), refers to the Korean cuisine method of grilling meat such as beef, chicken or pork on gas or charcoal grills inlaid into the dining table itself. There are many ways in which these meat dishes can be prepared, whether marinated or not. Bulgogi (불고기) is the most representative form of Korean BBQ. It is usually prepared by marinating thinly sliced beef sirloin or tenderloin cuts. Galbi (갈비) is another popular form of Korean BBQ. Here, short ribs of meat such as beef, pork or chicken, may be marinated in a sweet and savoury sauce. The meat dish is served to customers raw and is later left to cook on the tabletop grill before you can dig in!

Co zamówić?

What to order?

There doesn’t exist a ‘best Korean BBQ meal’ experience across the board. What you deem a prefect Korean BBQ experience depends entirely on your personal preference for the type of meat served during your main course, and how you like it to be prepared. To begin, let the server know whether you wish to eat beef, chicken or pork. Then decide on the way the meat should be served. Do you want pork ribs, brisket, beef tongue, pork belly or chicken barbecue? All of them are delicious in their own way, but for a start, you may want to try ordering the non-marinated pork belly, known locally as samgyeopsal (삼겹살), which is a favorite of many Koreans.


Wieprzowina  Samgyopsal

Wołowina  Rib Eye Steak

Opcje Wegetariańskie

Vegetarian Options

Checking out what side dishes will be served before your main course in a Korean BBQ restaurant can be an exciting affair. This is especially the case given the multifarious selection of banchan you can look forward to. While a comprehensive list of wholesome Korean side dishes is simply too long to be included in this article, here are some of the more common side dishes you will come across in a Korean BBQ meal.


Alcohol & Beverages

Research shows that sipping a little water during meals isn't a cause for concern but drinking a glass or two may interfere with digestion. It is best to drink fluids before and two hours after meals as this helps in absorption of nutrients, researchers have found.

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