Endless BBQ is good in Omaha,worse than in Seoul! I like the grilled pork belly,very delicious. I don’t recommend the grilled chicken.We didn’t grill by ourselves this time and expect to grill next time.
The food was very good, we did the endless BBQ. But, downside side was that the use of the grills at the table is not allowed anymore. We all enjoy cooking our food on the little table grills that’s what makes it Korean BBQ.
Fabulous service and the hot bowls were so yummy!
The endless grill is always excellent.
Don’t bother. And read Groupon fine print as some parts of endless Korean Grill aren’t covered. Oh yeah, and the grills aren’t working, either.
Bought one Groupon and I have been back 5 times since. I always leave ver
Disappointed the tabletop grills were not working. Food was good but service was not great.
You cannot grill your own meat anymore! It was bad because the chef did not cook the beef right! We wanted the beef to be rare and they all came out well done! Will not come back until we get to cook our own! 😡
Food was excellent .. would be 5 stars .but we got to the restaurant at 8 p.m. knowing they closed at 10 p.m. figured we had plenty of time to eat. rude hostess greeted Us by telling us that the grill closes at 9 and everyone that came in after us she said the same thing to trying to discourage people from eating there. never asked us if we had been there before or recommended anything to try.
Very disappointing. We went with high expectations, and were greatly let down. They don't allow the table to grill anymore, which was the whole reason we wanted to try it. We used 1 groupon for 2, plus 2 additional endless grills. Items not listed as an extra charge we $10 more, and it wasn't that good overall. Plus, rude server made it an all around #Nope.
From Our Editors
Suji's Korean Grill swaps traditional dinnerware for sizzling tabletop grills and sturdy stone bowls. The bowls are filled with three kinds of bibimbap—veggie, seafood, or beef—while on the grills, diners can cook up thin slices of marinated meats. Customers can also opt for a multi-course tasting menu that kicks off with dumplings or miso soup and ends with mochi ice cream.
Sujis Korean Grill