Chosun Korean BBQ: Japanese and Korean Set Meals
Chosun is a restaurant that seems to have been around for years. Located in Vancouver along the busy Kingsway corridor, one of the things that we enjoy about this restaurant is that they offer both Korean and Japanese dishes.
We dropped by for lunch in mid-September and wound up ordering the Korean Style Set Meal A and the Japanese Style Set Meal B where you pick your main dish and you get a bunch of side dishes (price is based on the main dish). Both of our meals came to $16.95 which was pretty good given how much food was involved.
For the Korean Style Set Meal A, we picked beef bulgogi and it came with grilled mackerel, steamed egg roll, 2 kinds of Korean style pancakes, salad, rice cakes, japchae noodles, steamed rice, and soup.
For the Japanese Style Set Meal B, we picked unagi and it came with takoyaki, tempura, croquette, rice cakes, salad, steamed rice, and soup.
Overall, the food was pretty good and I liked the variety of options to pick from. Service was a bit slow and difficult to flag people down but that might have been due to how busy it was.
Posted on February 19, 2019, in Japanese, Korean, Restaurant Review and tagged Beef Bulgogi, Food, Japanese, Korean, restaurant review, Unagi, Vancouver. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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