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$17 for $30 Worth of Korean Fare and sushi
To create a menu of Korean fare and other Asian specialties, chefs marinate beef short rib, fill hot pots with galbi and vegetables over steamed rice. A variety of Korean BBQ combination plates offer bulgoki, chicken, mushroom, shrimp, and more while Japanese favorites such as sashimi, nigiri, and sushi rolls round out the menu.
Palace Korean BBQ
At Palace Korean BBQ, diners watch as meats sizzle atop tableside barbecue pits, flanked by a colorful mélange of marinated vegetables, rice, and Korean condiments. In addition to Korean barbecue, kim-chi, and bi bim bop dishes, Palace’s expert chefs chop fresh ingredients and simmer them in teriyaki sauce or roll them into fresh sushi and sashimi. Their sharable Japanese shabu-shabu dishes also warm empty bellies.
Decorated with minimalistic earth tones, Asian masks, and dark wooden tables and chairs, the dining room fuses traditional and contemporary elements better than a supercomputer glued to a horse-drawn carriage. Throughout the eatery, bamboo stalks spring up from square pots, glowing in the same neon lights that illuminate the fully-stocked bar.