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A Korean dish of thin beef slices marinated and grilled on a barbecue.
- ‘You can skip the rice and just eat the bulgogi, if you're so inclined.’
- ‘I really liked the sweet and tender bulgogi, in which slices of pork are cooked in a sweet and nutty sauce until they become sticky little slices of potently flavored, irresistible barbecue.’
- ‘The restaurant was thoroughly recommendable: we enjoyed potstickers, pork bulgogi, the beef noodle dish called jap chae, and a beef soup called yuk gae jang.’
- ‘If your Korean experience is limited to BBQ beef bulgogi and a shot of soju in the Koreatown part of your city, then you could probably use a few pointers before a trip to Seoul.’
- ‘Shared dishes to look for include bulgogi and shabu, noodle soups containing a choice of ingredients from octopus to black goat.’
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