Choi Ga Nei
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- 98%Local Culture
- 70%Budget Travelers
- 59%Nightlife Lovers
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- Choi Ga NeiMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 4First to Review
Randomly found this place on a Friday night cause our favorite ayce kbbq place has changed ownership and has turned into a bar, and Road to Seoul had a ridiculous wait time. Actually, around 9pm, as should be expected, almost all the good kbbq places in ktown will have at least an hour wait time for a group of 4. Luckily we found this place 0.89 mi from Road to Seoul, with only a 15 min wait time (I called to check a number of places highly rated on yelp)-in fact, when we arrived, there was no wait time and were seated immediately! The restaurant is pretty organized looking, not completely engulfed in smoke, although I would warn customers to trek cautiously across the greasy floors. The meat is decent, not spectacular, but there's quite a good number of items to choose from on the smaller Dinner A menu for $18.99. Although not the greatest of kbbq meats I've had, I would choose the kalbi and bulgogi over some of the other choices; definitely didn't like the beef tongue here :(. The banchan was also very limited, with just 4 kimchi dishes, but salad and two small stone bowls of steamed egg. At the end of the night, the bill for 4 people with 2 orders of hite and chamisul, was about $115 tax and tip - not bad for a filling and fun dinner for 2 couples on a late Friday night.Recommended for: