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Authentic Korean Flavours

korean bbq comes to MK!

Akasaka is excited to announce the introduction of our brand new Korean BBQ tables, starting today! Our beautifully designed restaurant is now offering a unique dining experience that perfectly combines the rich flavours of Korean and Japanese cuisine.

Akasaka's new Korean BBQ tables offer a dining experience like no other, combining the vibrant tastes of Korean and Japanese cuisine with the fun of table-top grilling. Make your reservation today and be among the first to enjoy this exciting new feature!

Our BBQ tables are currently limited so when booking please note you can currently only request a BBQ table as it is a first come first served basis whilst numbers are limited. We will of course do everything we can to try and make sure you get one if requested!

Come and give it a try to embark on a culinary adventure at Akasaka!

Beef Selection

Ribeye, La Galbi, Beef Bulgogi

Beef & Pork Selection

Ribeye, Pork Belly, Pork Bulgogi

Pork & Chicken Selection

Pork Belly, Pork Bulgogi, Chicken Bulgogi

Helpful Hints and Tips for the Perfect Korean BBQ Experience

Cleaning the Grill:
After each use, our staff will clean the grill. However, during your meal, you can ask for a fresh grill plate if needed to avoid any flavour mixing.

How to Eat Traditionally:
Samgyeopsal (Pork Belly): Grill the pork belly and wrap it in lettuce with a bit of rice, a slice of garlic, and a dab of ssamjang (spicy bean paste).
Galbi (Short Ribs): Best enjoyed with a side of kimchi and a bowl of rice. Cook to your preferred level of doneness and savour the sweet and savoury flavours.

Heat Settings, Fan Use & Cooking Instructions

Heat Settings:
The grills have adjustable heat settings. Start on high to sear the meat, then lower the heat to cook through without burning.

Fan Use:
Always leave the fan on when grilling to manage smoke and maintain a comfortable dining environment. When not using the grill, you can turn the fan off to reduce noise.

Cooking Times:
Beef: Thin slices of beef, such as bulgogi, cook quickly – about 2-3 minutes per side.
Chicken: Ensure chicken is cooked thoroughly, approximately 4-5 minutes per side depending on thickness.
Pork: Pork should be cooked well-done, around 3-4 minutes per side for thin slices.