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Galbi Restaurant

  • Korean

Dining at Korean barbecue restaurants is always a social affair and Galbi is no exception. Join us for an exclusive order-4-pay-for-2 deal from Galbi's Raw & Ready-To-Grill selection - everything from marinated beef sirloin, Xinjing lamb skewers, ostrich fan fillet, sub-Saharan warthog, springbok ... More

210 Long Street
Cape Town CBD
+27 21 424 3030
Galbi Restaurant

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Cape Town 2020

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  • Cape Town CBD

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Recent Reviews
This restaurant is a cook your own meat type of BBQ. We had the "Korea Galbi Set" which consists of veg. side dishes, pork and beef. Next time i will exchange the beef for pork., easier to cut and eat. The side dishes were very tasteful and was more than enough for two. You take the lettuce leaves and build a " wrap". The place was great and staff was attentive. Will definitely be back.More
This restaurant is a cook your own meat type of BBQ. They have a great selection of exotic meats. I started with zebra and mashed potatoes. Zebra was surprisingly good. I was still hungry afterwards so I just got chicken and rice. The place was great and staff was attentive. More
I went two time there and both were amazing! The atmosphere and the service are excellent and the most interesting thing is that you can cook your own meat and vegetables. Delicious!!! It is not expensive at all for the type of food.More
located in the center Rest design beautifully Good meat and sea food Best souses Takes some time to adjust for making your own food Superb feelMore
Better arrive hungry at this Korean BBQ restaurant tucked away off Long Street. Having made our choices, the plates just came rolling out with little flags in each of the meat cuts to remind you which was which. Toss them on the hot coals in the centre of the table and cook to your preferred degree. Each type of meat was full of flavour and tender, the warthog being the only slightly chewy one, so I just sliced it thinner. Accompanying the Kudu, warthog, Ostrich, Zebra, and salmon trout (the latter in lime and chilli- really excellent) were little bowls of Kimchi, spinach, bean sprouts, garlic mash, spring onions, pickled cucumber, butternut with sesame seeds and rice, which, even between five of us we failed to finish. Desserts continued the BBQ theme, sweet pineapple kebabs sizzled on the grid until they were singed, then eaten hot with accompanying vanilla ice cream, or smoors, Marie biscuits with a slab of chocolate that melted when the hot marshmallows came off the grid and were squashed on top. We also shared a hot chocolate sponge cup, also good with ice cream. Sharing is the theme of this novel cook-for-yourself experience, all the dishes were passed around for each other to try and we took turns to cook the meat, this process spun the meal out nicely, at the end I was surprised to find we had been in the restaurant for well over two hours, and never really felt full. It is a BYO ( corkage very reasonable) but they do have a good and not greedily priced wine list. More