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Nak Won BBQ House | Marina - Monterey Peninsula

Melanie Wong | May 15, 201812:39 AM    

Last week I grabbed a quick lunch here after a meeting nearby. A menu of low-priced lunch specials looked pretty good. But when I saw the dolsot bibimbap, that's what I wanted to try. Glad I did, as this had the crunchiest, best crust I've run across in ages. Not sure how the kitchen managed this, as my food came out fairly quickly. The beef version had only a couple spoonfuls of minced beef, and really wasn't worth the upcharge over the vegetable bibimbap. Extra points for using a good amount of bracken among the toppings. And a demerit for serving a hard-yolked fried egg instead of a raw or runny-yolk.

Banchan were pretty good. I especially liked the pickled eggplant and also the warm slices of potato bathed in a mild chile sauce. Oddly, the cabbage kimchi was mediocre, hardly fermented at all.

Nak Won BBQ House
330 Reservation Rd Ste A
Marina, CA 93933-
(831) 883-2302

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