If there is something you will find in abundance in South Korea, it is BBQ type cuisine. In Montreal, it is often combined with Korean dishes.
What could be more sociable than sitting around a table with friends and family, grilling your meat, vegetables, fish, and/or seafood? Add to that a good beer, a bottle of soju or sake, and you're done.
Prepare yourselves, here we round up our favorite Korean barbecues of the city.
It is on the South Shore that we find the 2 Korean Kimpo BBQs. You can enjoy sushi, meat, fish, seafood, vegetables, and all-you-can-eat dishes every day, noon, and evening. At the same time, enjoy their cocktails, shoju, and sakes.
1216, rue Bishop, Montréal, H3G 2E3
With several locations in Ontario, the Montreal branch was eagerly awaited by Korean BBQ lovers. As soon as you arrive, they will serve you the traditional "banchan", eggs, corn, garlic, and sauces. They are known for their authenticity and excellent quality of meat. It is suggested that you call them to make a reservation as the place is small and popular.
For $35 you can eat anything you want for 90 minutes. Offering a selection of dishes, meats, and vegetables, you can enjoy grilling everything in a friendly atmosphere. Just like many places in Korea, you just press a button and the person on duty comes to take your order.
7400, boul. Taschereau, Brossard, J4W 1M9
We're heading to Brossard for an all-you-can-eat Korean sushi and BBQ feast. If you like new technologies, you will love this restaurant, because it is a robot that brings your order! Mix fresh sushi, sashimi, Korean meats, vegetables, seafood, and fusion dishes in one place.
3865, rue Wellington, Montréal, H4G 1V1
We head to Wellington Street in Verdun to find one of the most authentic Korean BBQs in Montreal. The menu is all you can eat and you can bring your own alcohol to accompany the meal. The meats are perfectly marinated and of good quality. You will not lack choice and will leave feeling satisfied.
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6521, ave. Somerled, Montréal, H4V 1S7
HoHo's all-you-can-eat menu in NDG as well as the many side dishes make this place a must-visit. Don't hesitate to order one of their typical Korean dishes like ramen and tteokbokki. This is definitely one of the hidden jewels of the city, don't hesitate to go there, you won't be disappointed!
6180, rue St-Jacques, Montréal, H4B 1T6
If you like Korean food or you want to try it for the first time, you must stop by Shabu Shabu on St. Jacques. In addition to a rich BBQ menu, you can find Korean dishes like cold noodles, fondues, fried chicken, and tasty soups.
756, rue Belanger E, Montréal, H2S 1G6
Located in La Petite-Patrie is this succulent Korean restaurant. During your visit, don't miss their marvelous omelet as an appetizer and their kimchi prepared on the spot, a delicacy that is worth a stop on its own.