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Since 1994, locals have flocked to Gam Ja Gol in pursuit of piping hot and hearty portions of Korean cuisine. In the interim, the hot-pot hot-spot has done so well that the owners have opened up a second location. That means double the bibim bap, spicy squid, pork belly, and barbecue ribs the restaurant's fans applaud. Authentic flourishes add to the restaurant's appeal. Many entrees arrive in traditional stone bowls, keeping the kimchi-laden rice and vegetables warm.
Authentic Korean flavors and crowd-pleasing portions extend to the libations as well. The bar overflows with Korean vodka, fruit wine, and rice wine. Be sure to try the well-known spicy pork bone potato soup—a Gam Ja Gol classic called gamja tang.
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