At Hanjip in Culver City, Jonathan Gold says get the stuff you don't see at other Korean BBQ joints

The essential dish at Hanjip is probably the rib-eye, a handsome steak, prime or close to it, grilled to a beautiful medium rare.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • May 27, 2016
The essential dish at Hanjip is probably the rib-eye, a handsome steak, prime or close to it, grilled to a beautiful medium rare. There is nothing like a steakhouse char on the meat — an attractive bronzing at best — and there is nothing in the...
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