Sunday, February 17, 2013

Dokebi-Korean grill

Dokebi-Korean grill, in the hip Williamsburg, is very unique. Well, if you have a grill at your table there is no other way to put it.
No kidding there is a grill built into almost every table! The service is like lightning! This is mostly because of the fact that they don't cook the food, they bring the food for you to cook. There is a group of delectable Korean side dishes called "banchan"that accompanies the grilled food. There are over a hundred different kinds of "banchan". The most important and well known is kimchi -- fermented, spicy cabbage. Kimchi is one of hundreds of Korean side dishes.
My personal favorite dish is the grilled giant shrimp. This is one of many foods you have to "grill it yourself". The shrimp is giant, I mean fist-sized. It is also very juicy and tender. And another thing I would recommend is their awesome steak. Its another "grill it your self." (Everything is "grill it your self"). The steak is huge. Five heads (cabbage) at the most. It is also very tender and juicy. A last scrumptious recommendation is the gyoza. It is the most amazing dumpling ever. Golden, crusty, juicy and delectable. All the meats at Dokebi are natural and non-artificial. By the way if you want to bring a lot of people you might want to consider renting the place out, it's small.

steak(raw and marinated)

Giant shrimp


199 grand street
New York, NY 11211

(718) 782-1424

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