Korean Bbq Village

★★★★☆
  • 41269 Margarita Rd Ste C101

    Temecula, CA 92591

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  • 951-296-5211

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Hours
Mon - Fri, 11am - 3pm, 4:30pm - 10pm; Sat, 12pm - 11pm; Sun, 12pm - 9pm
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Love korean bbq. Loads of food and side dishes. The food is cooked right in front of you... well you do the cooking. Ate to my hearts content and the bill wasn't bad at all.

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★★★★☆

Love korean bbq. Loads of food and side dishes. The food is cooked right in front of you... well you do the cooking. Ate to my hearts content and the bill wasn't bad at all.

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If you like mounds of meat and veggies to bbq at your table, this is not the place: this place is about better than average quality and not quantity. The meat is well marinated and flavorful although some pieces were sinewy, and contrary to a published review, it is frozen (it's just that it's thawed before bringing out to the customer). An order of beef is $20-$23, chicken $17.00. Each order is about one-and-a-half servings. It comes with 1-cup of rice in a stainless steel bowl. Multiple side dishes about the size of a tea-saucers are included, as a Korean meal should have. The wait staff did the bbq'ing which I would prefer to have done myself, although they were good to cut up the chicken breast/thigh into strips as it cooked. A party of two would expect to pay almost $50 (with drink , $2, and appetizer, $6, get the fried tofu) without feeling stuffed.

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★★★☆☆

If you like mounds of meat and veggies to bbq at your table, this is not the place: this place is about better than average quality and not quantity. The meat is well marinated and flavorful although some pieces were sinewy, and contrary to a published review, it is frozen (it's just that it's thawed before bringing out to the customer). An order of beef is $20-$23, chicken $17.00. Each order is about one-and-a-half servings. It comes with 1-cup of rice in a stainless steel bowl. Multiple side dishes about the size of a tea-saucers are included, as a Korean meal should have. The wait staff did the bbq'ing which I would prefer to have done myself, although they were good to cut up the chicken breast/thigh into strips as it cooked. A party of two would expect to pay almost $50 (with drink , $2, and appetizer, $6, get the fried tofu) without feeling stuffed.

Pros: Personal customer service with only two parties in the restaurant.

Cons: High cost and small serving size of bbq meat dishes. Unclear of what is included with each menu item.

 

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