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Taeneung--Korean BBQ

JessicaKlonsky | Jul 18, 2002 11:01 AM

This past weekend I went to Moma-Qns and after to Taeneung for Korean Barbeque (43rd and Queens Boulevard). We had never had it before and the servers were helpful explaining what we should order and how to cook it even though their English was a little rough and our Korean non-existent. For neophytes like myself: You cook it yourself on a grill in the center of the table. You wrap the cooked meat in a lettuce leaf or cooked cabbage leaf and eat it with optional garlic (raw!) and hot peppers and some sort of spicy fish sauce. The meal came with a number of sides--rice, kim chee, sea weed, broccoli, fish cake. It was delicious and cheap-- we had two different Barbecue meats at about $14 an order which was more than enough for the three of us.

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