Bakdaegamne

124-3 Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam-gu Seoul South Korea

02-545-7708

Bakdaegamne specializes in Korean beef BBQ.

 

It is renowned for the quality of the meat they use, which is supposed to be shipped daily from Gwangju.

 

Its Kalbitang is also very popular.

Thanks to its location and its history, it isn’t uncommon to spot a famous Korean actor or an actress while eating here, especially late at night.

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2 Reviews

  1. noname

    Very poor service given when my family of 5 went there at around 3pm in Dec 2013. Really spoilt the meal.Strongly discourage others from patronising this restaurant.

    February 17, 2014 at 10:23 am Reply
  2. bluertone

    This place is one of the best known places in Kangnam.
    The meat is of high quality and its kalbitang is really good.

    But, cannot give it anymore than 3 stars just because of it extremely high price.

    February 17, 2014 at 10:23 am Reply

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