Established back in 2013, BBQ has gained quite a reputation as one of the best places to go for Korean BBQ in Hong Kong. You’ll find a number of branches scattered across the city-state, and the Mong Kok restaurant nestled inside the CTMA Centre on Sai Yeung Choi Street South is the perfect for location a post-shopping meal or a get-together with friends. Score one of the best tables at this popular joint by making a reservation in advance.
The place is clean and staffs are nice+helpful But the air-condition is too cold. Hope they can design girls' menu Because I and my friend cannot eat too munch
Evoking the feeling of the 70s and 80s in Korea, BBQ 7080 is decorated with relics from the Saemaul Movement with colourful hand-painted art adorning the walls. Using Jeju Island pork imported from Korea, BBQ 7080 over in Hong Kong’s Mong Kok area is committed to providing diners with the highest quality dishes and a true taste of Korea. The menu is extensive and you’ll find options like grilled Korean-style chicken skewered and barbequed on an iron plate with a special spicy sauce, green onion and seafood pancake and pork rice soup.
At lunchtime, we suggest trying the 7080 special lunchbox, an old school Korean tradition. As Hong Kong’s first Korean BBQ chain, BBQ 7080 is also the most popular, known for their fun atmosphere, nostalgic decor and delicious BBQ food. Book a table at BBQ 7080 inside the STMA Centre on Sai Yeung Choi Street South in Mong Kok and find out what all of the fuss is about for yourself!