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Where to Indulge in Korean Barbecue Around Atlanta

This meal is best shared with a table full of friends

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Atlantans love all forms of barbecue. And what better way to celebrate this love of grilled and smoked meats than with the roasted deliciousness of Korean barbecue. It’s prepared tableside, usually wrapped in lettuce, and comes in a variety of flavors ranging from sweet to spicy, and served with plenty of banchan. The best part about this meal might be the fact it’s meant to be shared with friends. Here are few Korean barbecue restaurants to check out around Atlanta.

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1. 770 Korean BBQ Restaurant

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80 Horizon Dr
Suwanee, GA 30024
(770) 271-7703
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This all-you-can-eat restaurant in Suwanee includes Korean barbecue feasts for one person to those guaranteed to feed a crowd of four or more people. 770 uses charcoal grills to cook its meats. A combo here typically includes a selection of beef brisket, pork rib, pork belly, pork skin, pork neck, short ribs, and chicken bulgogi.

2. GOP CHANG ON FIRE

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1291 Old Peachtree Rd NW #205
Suwanee, GA 30024
(770) 622-6467

People say this Suwanee spot is where to head to for grilled gopchang (beef small intestines), dae chang (beef large intestines), and makchang (cow’s fourth stomach). The restaurant is small (and very popular), so expect a bit of a wait. Servers are happy to guide the process by helping with ordering and even cooking meats at the table. There’s a second location in Duluth on Satellite Boulevard, too.

3. Tofu Village Korean BBQ

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700 Sandy Plains Rd #B-1
Marietta, GA 30066
(770) 426-7757
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Tofu Village Korean BBQ on the northeastern edge east of Marietta includes a full menu of meat and seafood options for its charcoal grill tables, including prime rib, duck, squid, and jumbo shrimp.

4. Seo Ra Beol

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3040 Steve Reynolds Blvd
Duluth, GA 30096
(770) 497-1155
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Seo Ra Beol is traditional Korean barbecue using charcoal grills. Try the pork belly, beef brisket, and short ribs. Family-style barbecue meals are also available. The restaurant offers classic dishes beyond its barbecue, too, like bibimbap, spicy stews, and a seafood pancake. Open 24/7.

5. 9292 Korean BBQ

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3360 Satellite Blvd #8
Duluth, GA 30096
(770) 680-2951
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Jennifer Zyman, Atlanta Magazine’s restaurant critic, raved about this Korean barbecue restaurant. 9292 uses traditional charcoal table grills rather than electric. The unmistakeable, smokey flavor the grill produces in the meats along with the quality of the meat used make all the difference. Order the Special #2 with seasoned pork, pork belly, beef short ribs, rib eye, beef bulgogi, and brisket. It comes with banchan (Korean side dishes including kimchi fried rice).

6. Breakers Korean Bar-B-Q

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3505 Gwinnett Place Dr
Duluth, GA 30096
(770) 946-1000

Regulars of this Duluth establishment say the drive is worth it for the veritable meat parade of Korean barbecue and a smokeless dining room. Meats are pre-cooked in the kitchen and then finished tableside on electric grills. The downdraft system on the grills prevents eyes from burning or clothing perfumed in meat.

7. 678 Korean BBQ

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3880 Satellite Blvd
Duluth, GA 30096
(678) 549-1246

Diners know they’re in the right place when they see a sign with a guy giving the thumbs up while holding a platter of meat. 678 on Satellite Boulevard in Duluth takes its Korean barbecue seriously, though, using traditional charcoal grills to give their meat just the right touch of smoke. K-pop, a bit of kitsch, and a sizable menu await. This place is the real deal.

8. K BBQ Factory

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3885 Venture Dr
Duluth, GA 30096
(770) 232-8881
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Eater readers say this is the place to head for quality meats, top-notch service, and affordable all-you-can-eat prices. For Korean barbecue novices, have K BBQ’s servers cook and cut the meats for the table. The restaurant uses gas grills and overhead ventilation. Don’t skip out on the kimchi fried rice here.

9. Miss Gogi

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6035 Peachtree Rd Ste C115
Atlanta, GA 30360
(770) 220-3003

With so many Korean barbecue restaurants around Atlanta, it can be overwhelming. Friends of Eater Atlanta tagged Miss Gogi as another favorite. Clean and bright with good ventilation and quality meats, order the samgyupsal—thick slices of marinated pork, grilled on a flat top, and served with plenty of banchan. Miss Gogi is in the same complex as Super H Mart, Shoya Izakaya, and Snackboxe Bistro.

10. Hae Woon Dae BBQ

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5805 Buford Hwy NE #5
Doraville, GA 30340
(770) 458-6999
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Hae Woon Dae is a longtime Atlanta favorite for Korean barbecue. Head up Buford Highway just outside the perimeter to Doraville for tableside cauldrons of grilled meats such as charbroiled pork, short ribs, or slabs of chunky pork bacon served with a side of kimchi, dumplings, or Korean pancakes to help soak up the juices.

11. Iron Age

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5600 Roswell Rd
Sandy Springs, GA 30342
(678) 974-5075
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Leather booths, blue lights, K-pop pumping through the sound system — is this a club or a restaurant? Iron Age has the young folks clamoring for all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue featuring more than 20 meats including pork belly, beef brisket, and spicy chicken. Iron Age also has locations in Kennesaw, and Duluth. Open late every day except Sunday.

12. Han Il Kwan

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5458 Buford Hwy NE
Doraville, GA 30340
(770) 457-3217

Just south of the Buford Highway Farmer’s Market, this Korean restaurant serves up traditional meaty grilled delights, banchan, and lunch specials starting at $8. Night owls can satisfy their Korean barbecue cravings until 1 a.m., seven days a week.

13. D92 Korean BBQ

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225 E Trinity Pl
Decatur, GA 30030
(678) 973-2454

This recently-opened Decatur spot is owned by the team behind 9292 Korean BBQ in Duluth. And, it’s just as good as its OTP sibling. Meats are cooked on gas grills here, with plenty of solid ventilation to keep the room mostly smoke free. D92 offers a similar menu to Duluth.

1. 770 Korean BBQ Restaurant

80 Horizon Dr, Suwanee, GA 30024

This all-you-can-eat restaurant in Suwanee includes Korean barbecue feasts for one person to those guaranteed to feed a crowd of four or more people. 770 uses charcoal grills to cook its meats. A combo here typically includes a selection of beef brisket, pork rib, pork belly, pork skin, pork neck, short ribs, and chicken bulgogi.

80 Horizon Dr
Suwanee, GA 30024

2. GOP CHANG ON FIRE

1291 Old Peachtree Rd NW #205, Suwanee, GA 30024

People say this Suwanee spot is where to head to for grilled gopchang (beef small intestines), dae chang (beef large intestines), and makchang (cow’s fourth stomach). The restaurant is small (and very popular), so expect a bit of a wait. Servers are happy to guide the process by helping with ordering and even cooking meats at the table. There’s a second location in Duluth on Satellite Boulevard, too.

1291 Old Peachtree Rd NW #205
Suwanee, GA 30024

3. Tofu Village Korean BBQ

700 Sandy Plains Rd #B-1, Marietta, GA 30066

Tofu Village Korean BBQ on the northeastern edge east of Marietta includes a full menu of meat and seafood options for its charcoal grill tables, including prime rib, duck, squid, and jumbo shrimp.

700 Sandy Plains Rd #B-1
Marietta, GA 30066

4. Seo Ra Beol

3040 Steve Reynolds Blvd, Duluth, GA 30096

Seo Ra Beol is traditional Korean barbecue using charcoal grills. Try the pork belly, beef brisket, and short ribs. Family-style barbecue meals are also available. The restaurant offers classic dishes beyond its barbecue, too, like bibimbap, spicy stews, and a seafood pancake. Open 24/7.

3040 Steve Reynolds Blvd
Duluth, GA 30096

5. 9292 Korean BBQ

3360 Satellite Blvd #8, Duluth, GA 30096

Jennifer Zyman, Atlanta Magazine’s restaurant critic, raved about this Korean barbecue restaurant. 9292 uses traditional charcoal table grills rather than electric. The unmistakeable, smokey flavor the grill produces in the meats along with the quality of the meat used make all the difference. Order the Special #2 with seasoned pork, pork belly, beef short ribs, rib eye, beef bulgogi, and brisket. It comes with banchan (Korean side dishes including kimchi fried rice).

3360 Satellite Blvd #8
Duluth, GA 30096

6. Breakers Korean Bar-B-Q

3505 Gwinnett Place Dr, Duluth, GA 30096

Regulars of this Duluth establishment say the drive is worth it for the veritable meat parade of Korean barbecue and a smokeless dining room. Meats are pre-cooked in the kitchen and then finished tableside on electric grills. The downdraft system on the grills prevents eyes from burning or clothing perfumed in meat.

3505 Gwinnett Place Dr
Duluth, GA 30096

7. 678 Korean BBQ

3880 Satellite Blvd, Duluth, GA 30096

Diners know they’re in the right place when they see a sign with a guy giving the thumbs up while holding a platter of meat. 678 on Satellite Boulevard in Duluth takes its Korean barbecue seriously, though, using traditional charcoal grills to give their meat just the right touch of smoke. K-pop, a bit of kitsch, and a sizable menu await. This place is the real deal.

3880 Satellite Blvd
Duluth, GA 30096

8. K BBQ Factory

3885 Venture Dr, Duluth, GA 30096

Eater readers say this is the place to head for quality meats, top-notch service, and affordable all-you-can-eat prices. For Korean barbecue novices, have K BBQ’s servers cook and cut the meats for the table. The restaurant uses gas grills and overhead ventilation. Don’t skip out on the kimchi fried rice here.

3885 Venture Dr
Duluth, GA 30096

9. Miss Gogi

6035 Peachtree Rd Ste C115, Atlanta, GA 30360

With so many Korean barbecue restaurants around Atlanta, it can be overwhelming. Friends of Eater Atlanta tagged Miss Gogi as another favorite. Clean and bright with good ventilation and quality meats, order the samgyupsal—thick slices of marinated pork, grilled on a flat top, and served with plenty of banchan. Miss Gogi is in the same complex as Super H Mart, Shoya Izakaya, and Snackboxe Bistro.

6035 Peachtree Rd Ste C115
Atlanta, GA 30360

10. Hae Woon Dae BBQ

5805 Buford Hwy NE #5, Doraville, GA 30340

Hae Woon Dae is a longtime Atlanta favorite for Korean barbecue. Head up Buford Highway just outside the perimeter to Doraville for tableside cauldrons of grilled meats such as charbroiled pork, short ribs, or slabs of chunky pork bacon served with a side of kimchi, dumplings, or Korean pancakes to help soak up the juices.

5805 Buford Hwy NE #5
Doraville, GA 30340

11. Iron Age

5600 Roswell Rd, Sandy Springs, GA 30342

Leather booths, blue lights, K-pop pumping through the sound system — is this a club or a restaurant? Iron Age has the young folks clamoring for all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue featuring more than 20 meats including pork belly, beef brisket, and spicy chicken. Iron Age also has locations in Kennesaw, and Duluth. Open late every day except Sunday.

5600 Roswell Rd
Sandy Springs, GA 30342

12. Han Il Kwan

5458 Buford Hwy NE, Doraville, GA 30340

Just south of the Buford Highway Farmer’s Market, this Korean restaurant serves up traditional meaty grilled delights, banchan, and lunch specials starting at $8. Night owls can satisfy their Korean barbecue cravings until 1 a.m., seven days a week.

5458 Buford Hwy NE
Doraville, GA 30340

13. D92 Korean BBQ

225 E Trinity Pl, Decatur, GA 30030

This recently-opened Decatur spot is owned by the team behind 9292 Korean BBQ in Duluth. And, it’s just as good as its OTP sibling. Meats are cooked on gas grills here, with plenty of solid ventilation to keep the room mostly smoke free. D92 offers a similar menu to Duluth.

225 E Trinity Pl
Decatur, GA 30030

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