I was excited to do this particular review because Korean barbecue is a favorite of mine. I have fond memories of my parents taking me and my siblings to Flushing, Queens, in New York to eat it. The restaurant had grills built into the tabletops, and it was fun to watch my parents cook it. When I got home and hung up my jacket in the coat closet, it still smelled like that delicious beef, and so did my hair. I was a little disappointed that Korean Grille does its grilling in the kitchen, but the bulgogi is so good you can overlook that. The restaurant has other Korean specialties (that's bibimbop above the bulgogi), as well as sushi.
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