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Ko Gu Ryo

Gopdol bibimbap, steamed rice with shredded beef and

Gopdol bibimbap, steamed rice with shredded beef and assorted vegetables cooked in a stone pot and topped with a fried egg, at Ko Gu Ryo. (April 17, 2013) Photo Credit: Heather Walsh

Ko Gu Ryo in Commack specializes in Korean tabletop barbecue. And whether dining for lunch or dinner, the restaurant serves the kind of food that makes you want to return.

Ko Gu Ryo, a Korean tabletop barbecue restaurant
Photo Credit: Heather Walsh

Ko Gu Ryo, a Korean tabletop barbecue restaurant in Commack. (April 16, 2013)

Owner Kyeonghee Moon arranges a floral arrangement at
Photo Credit: Heather Walsh

Owner Kyeonghee Moon arranges a floral arrangement at Ko Gu Ryo in Commack. (April 17, 2013)

Owner Kyeonghee Moon serves a table of diners
Photo Credit: Heather Walsh

Owner Kyeonghee Moon serves a table of diners at Ko Gu Ryo. (April 17, 2013)

Bulgogi slices of prime sirloin are marinated in
Photo Credit: Heather Walsh

Bulgogi slices of prime sirloin are marinated in a house special sauce at Ko Gu Ryo. (April 17, 2013)

Japchae, stir-fried Korean starch noodles cooked with beef
Photo Credit: Heather Walsh

Japchae, stir-fried Korean starch noodles cooked with beef and vegetables in a sweet sauce, is served at Ko Gu Ryo. (April 17, 2013)

Gopdol bibimbap, steamed rice with shredded beef and
Photo Credit: Heather Walsh

Gopdol bibimbap, steamed rice with shredded beef and assorted vegetables cooked in a stone pot and topped with a fried egg, at Ko Gu Ryo. (April 17, 2013)

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