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Gangnam Asian BBQ

I usually have been going to Korean BBQ places that offer All-You-Can-Eat, but have noticed its a hit or miss when it comes to the meats' quality.  Me and my husband went to Gangnam Asian BBQ, which doesn't offer AYCE, but has Happy Hour meal specials.  Happy Hour is currently everyday from 11:30am - 5:00pm then after 10pm - close, so still a good deal to me!  I was impressed with the quality of all the foods we had.

This restaurant also serve soups, rice bowls, noodles, combo specials, salads, and appetizers such as this Salmon Carpaccio.  It was indeed appetizing with the garnishes that came with the fish:


Since vegetables are always good for you, we had the Assorted Veggies plate- onions, corn, zucchini, and peppers just to name a few:


I was happy to see scallops on the menu!  These shellfishes are delicious and healthy:


Other items I forgot to take photos of were the meats.  I must've been really hungry!  There was an average of at least 6 slices of meats per dish, so not a bad deal during Happy Hour.  Gangnam Asian BBQ has a modern, chic interior with a chill atmosphere.  So if the decor of a restaurant is important to you especially if you want to eat somewhere for a special occasion, this place is worth having the occasion at!

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