12 Korean BBQ Restaurants In Toronto You Need To Try Twice Before You Die
Grill on, my friends.
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Pretty much any day of the week is the right day for meats grilled Korean style. It's filling, it's delicious, and it's something our city is good at. Toronto's home to a wide array of Korean BBQ joints that will satisfy your cravings and won't hurt your wallet doing it. So next time you're feeling a little carnivorous, check out one of these spots.
Korean Grill House
214 Queen St W/371 Yonge St/ 754 Yonge St
If you're looking for an affordable but generous portion of Korean BBQ, this is definitely the place for you.
Owl of Minerva
700 Bloor St W
With a huge menu and a price range that'll make you happy, there's nothing not to like about Minerva!
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689 Yonge St
The friendly staff and quick service are already more than enough to sell a person on Oja. On top of that though, the food is fantastic.
Korean Village Restaurant
628 Bloor St W
Korean Village has a great atmosphere, friendly service, and a menu with something for everyone. This is easily one of the top Korean BBQ spots in the city.
7388 Yonge St
This spot's in Thornhill, so it may be a bit of a trek, but it's definitely more than worth it. Just ask the stream of people heading there from downtown every week. Their BBQ menu is unbeatable.
Baldwin Village, 1 Baldwin St
This spot not only makes the best spicy kimchi poutine you'll ever taste, it's also got a mouthwatering selection of traditional Korean BBQ and Japanese grilled meat skewers.
584 Bloor St. W
This spot has both Japanese and Korean food options, but their BBQ selection is particularly worthwhile. The prices also definitely don't hurt.
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Bryan's BBQ Real Grill House
606 Bloor Street W
The all-you-can-eat special at Bryan's features eight different meats. No way you won't fill up on that yumminess!
3220 Dufferin St
Whichever of their two locations you go to, you'll find some delicious, well marinated grilled meats and a welcoming atmosphere.
254 Queen St W
Their menu may have shrunk a bit over the years, but the value-to-deliciousness ratio is very high in this place.
522 Yonge St
This spot's got a wide variety of BBQ combo options, and prices that will make you weep with joy. What's not to love?
Bul Go Gee House
26 Spring Garden Ave
For a delicious, authentic Korean BBQ experience and some lovely staff, this mom and pop is always a good bet.