Where does Beverly Hills go to eat Korean barbecue? The conservative choice is still probably Chosun Galbi, a pleasant restaurant with the patio-side glamour of a garden party: granite tables, gorgeous waitresses, and expensive, well-marbled meat that glows as pinkly as a Tintoretto cherub. Don’t miss the chewy cold buckwheat noodles with marinated stingray. And make sure to throw some shrimp on the barbie, too — the pricey little beasties crisp up like a dream.
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