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Fearless Critic restaurant review
Casual restaurant

Mon–Sat 11:00am–10:00pm
Sun 3:00pm–10:00pm

Features Kid-friendly
Bar Beer, wine
Credit cards Visa, MC
Reservations Accepted

Northwest Dallas
11425 Goodnight Ln.
Dallas, TX
(972) 241-5550
Look beyond the BBQ at this Korean spot

There are many places that serve Korean BBQ in Dallas and many Korean families find their favorite spot that makes their favorite dish and forsake all others. But if you don’t have a Korean grandmother who insists on a certain spot because she likes their bulgogi, try Namoo and look beyond the BBQ.

What else should you order here? Well, bul-nak jungol (ribeye and octopus stew) is a favorite. It is flavorful and a very generous portion that will easily feed three people or more. Some folks love the seafood pancake (haemul pajeon), which is huge, but others feel that there is not enough seafood in it for the price. (We love it.)

A clean, family-friendly spot (except for the strip club across the street, we suppose), Namoo has great service and good food, especially if you grill elsewhere.

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