Lauded as one of the city's most cherished destinations for Korean barbecue, Park's has been luring patrons for well over an age now. Its interior is simple and friendly servers warm up the vibe. Tables are equipped with grills, but you’re not required to work too hard, as waiters appear at just the right time to flip or slice the meat. Pork, chicken and shrimp are on offer, but prime beef, as seen in mouthwatering bulgogi, is your best bet. While their pricier American Wagyu is always worth the splurge, the acclaimed garlic-soy-brown sugar marinade is ace with short ribs. Still, you may want to avoid too much of a good thing by balancing it with cuts of non-marinated meat.
Lunch specials are easier on the wallet, offer great variety and are very popular.
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