The chief of Korean Grille is from Pusan City of Korea. Pusan, or Busan as it is sometime known by, is South Korea’s second largest city, after the capital, Seoul. Busan cooking emphasizes lots of fresh vegetables and seafood. Busan is a seaport, so the chef has years of experience selecting fresh fish and seafood, and takes great pride in serving our patrons fresh and delicious seafood of the highest quality. We at Korean Grille restaurant would like to introduce traditional Korean dishes such as Bulgogi, Kimchi, and Seafood as the first Korean restaurant in the Quincy area. Korean cuisine has tremendous variety, zest, and flavor which we take pleasure in bringing to you.
One of the tastiest meat items in Korean Grille is known as Bulgogi dishes. Bulgogi is thin strips of beef, pork, or chicken marinated in soy sauce, garlic, pears, onions, sugar, and black pepper.
There are many side dishes which come with each meal. Kimchi is one of the main condiments served with every meal with rice. Kimchi is a traditional fermented vegetable dish. It’s hot and spicy taste is said to stimulate the appetite. It is a nutritious dish, providing vitamins, lactic acid and minerals otherwise lacking in the winter diet. The chef also has developed the cooking of many different unique vegetable dishes in America. With the many varying vegetables coming from many different countries, the chef has created her own delicious vegetable recipes. As we all know, vegetables are vital sources of nutrition. At Korean Grille, vegetable selections are also delicious, fresh, and readily available throughout the year for our valued customers.
Whether you select seafood, including our fine sushi, beef, chicken, pork, or vegetables, we look forward to serving you with the highest quality of Korean food and to give you a dining experience filled with pleasure.