Although it may lack atmosphere in comparison to Koreana and Apollo, I actually prefer New Seoul BBQ. The decor is a mix of kitschy Mediterranean and Asian decor. The dinner buffet is $24.99 per person. The wait is not long and the service is very friendly. There were kalbi (short ribs) when I went so I think they are slowly expanding their menu or perhaps kalbi is only available on the weekends? There are lots of Koreans who eat there which is a good sign. This restaurant may be out-of-the-way for people who live in Boston, but it is worth the drive. They do have miso soup, Korean chicken wings, kimbap, and other hot dishes, as well as fresh fruit and soft serve ice cream in the buffet but I was so stuffed I didn’t get a chance to try them. Maybe next time.
There were are 15 meat choices for you to grill up. Boneless chicken, pork, beef, beef kebabs, chicken kebabs, shrimp, squid, octopus, kalbi and more.
Lots and lots of banchan (side dishes) to choose from
More banchan (side dishes) to choose from