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Experience, quality fuel Northbrook Korean barbecue spot
Photos by Chris Pullam/22nd Century Media Pro Samgyubsal’s pork belly doesn’t rely on marinades or flavoring and takes roughly 10 minutes to cook on the gas burner.
The bibim-naengmyeon ($10) is a noodle-based dish with red chili paste, cucumber, radish, lettuce, egg and Korean pear.
The marinated short ribs ($28) are a sweet and tangy variation of the non-marinated option.
The non-marinated, sliced short ribs ($28) are a tender cut with a juicy taste.
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Few North Shore restaurants offer diners an experience quite like Northbrook’s Pro Samgyubsal.
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