This Korean bowl spot is in the old Baroo space, which might be a lot to live up to, but BBQ + Rice serves fantastic and affordable Korean food that’s a nice change of pace from your usual salad/sandwich/poke lunch routine. The bowls come with excellent things like bulgogi or short ribs, pickled cabbage, and sweet and salty vegetables. Nothing on the menu is more than $13, and even though one bowl is more than enough food to fill you up, you should still add a side order of pickles and spicy fried chicken.
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