7 Best Sizzling Korean BBQ Restaurants With Takeout in Phoenix

While Korean BBQ in Phoenix is typically prepared on grills that rest on the table in front of you and involves all-you-can-eat dishes, you can still enjoy bulgogi and galbi in the comfort of your own home thanks to many valley restaurants offering takeout during the quarantine. So grab a beer or soju and place an order at one of these spots to get your BBQ fill.

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Seoul BBQ and Sushi

If you’re looking for more of a fine dining experience, Seoul BBQ is a perfect choice. While you may not get to enjoy the authentic atmosphere that it offers, you can still enjoy their award-winning food at home.

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Gen Korean BBQ

This fairly new Korean BBQ restaurant in Phoenix. While they do offer traditional dishes like beef and pork, they’re well-known for their more outlandish dishes like baby octopus and beef tongue.

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Located in both Phoenix and Tucson, Takamatsu is another great restaurant to get authentic barbeque and Korean food. And the best part? They’re still honoring happy hour and specials for takeout which means you get to enjoy your favorite dishes for less.

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Han Korean BBQ

This hole-in-the-wall spot is a no-frills Korean BBQ restaurant in Phoenix where you’ll find the menu to be extremely straightforward. This is another great option for those who are looking to spend a bit less during these trying times.

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Jin BBQ is arguably some of the best Korean BBQ in Arizona. It’s one of the top-rated restaurants on Yelp and is different from other valley restaurants in that it is typically not all-you-can-eat. Their hours do differ on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (open at 3 pm rather than noon) so keep that in mind when trying to place an order.

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If you’re looking for the best Korean BBQ restaurant near you in Phoenix, we recommend traveling to Koreatown to try the spicy chirashi and pork belly. If you read their Google reviews, you’ll find that people who even lived in Korea for some time love it. We’d say that’s a pretty good sign that it’s time to get in your car and go pick some up.

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If you are a vegetarian looking to enjoy the best Korean BBQ in Phoenix, look no further. Chodang, located in Chandler, prides itself on having plenty of tofu bbq. If you’re a meat-eater, the galbi and spicy pork are must-haves.


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