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Colin | Mar 11, 200309:06 PM     8

My Soot Bull Jeep Korean BBQ experience in two words. Fire! Fire!

I'll go back in about six months...The place is that good. The bad stuff is the place has earned a C from the health peeps and I'm surprised the fire peeps haven't closed it down. The place is filled, filled with smoke. Each table contains a bucket sized grill filled with large chunks of hardwood coal. You know how in a movie when there's a fight on top of an old steam train and the train goes into a tunnel. Well you enter Soot Bull Jeep like you just came out of that tunnel.

I like fire, and you canstantly have to dodge firey embers flying through the air. In other words you're competing with the beef sizzling away on the grill in front of you for medium well.

The Korean yam vodka was yummy , I sampled enough to terrify my neighbors with my homecoming that night. But if they had seen the squid thay'd of had worse nightmares. Man that thing was a sight.

We found the beef to be the best tasting. No one complained about the smoke once we were done waiting for a table, 20 min? I made revs but they didn't seem to care.

The C must come from them dumping raw meat on the grill, directly on top of the meat you've carefully turned to perfection. Oh well, just drink more vodka right.

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