Here, owner Jason Jang delivers a gourmet ambiance to the communal Korean BBQ experience.Each table features a personalized grill where you can have your food prepared and served all right in front of you.
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For those ready to dive into the Asian culinary scene, we recommend starting with their fish sauce caramel wings and ordering their soy braised oxtail for the main course.
Traditionally made with rice and fermented soybeans, we've alternated dates in for a gluten free option.
It also gives American staples like burgers, chicken wings, spaghetti, and meatloaf a nice kick!
The quality and taste are superb, but it’s the authenticity and stories behind the Korean diaspora in Gwinnett that truly adds to the exciting and culture-infused dining experience. Defined as the core of Korean-American culture by the Gwinnett Daily Post, Gwinnett’s Korean population has nearly doubled since 2000, bringing with it a plethora of Korean restaurants, businesses and cultural centers.
With streets lined with different food niches that span across Asia, featuring specialty restaurants offering foods from Vietnam to Thailand, Gwinnett has become the ‘little Asia’ of north Georgia and for good reason, too.
If you’re still not ready to venture into a new food world, start your visit with a selection of rotating craft beers from local Atlanta breweries that Ba Bellies offers on tap and make yourself right at home.
If you want a chic dining spot for swaying future business partners….
The space itself is casual and open, providing a no-pressure atmosphere to try new dishes (that you may or may not be able to pronounce).
Ba Bellies offers dishes to share, individual twists on classic Asian dishes, and even some southern classics (hello chicken and waffles!
Gochujang is a deliciously spicy and sweet condiment that can be used as a dipping sauce, marinade, for grilling and basting, and of course to compliment Bibimbap.