For the Love of Korean Bbq: I Think I Just Fell in Love

For as long as I remember, I would declare to my friends and family that I would probably become a nun (do they even nondenominational nuns? Can someone figure that out for me? I'm going to google it on the side while I talk with yall). I honestly believe this may happen so don't say that I didn't tell yall. I mean come on, I'm over here already married to Jesus and if I could get married it would probably to food so...oh well.


Speaking of food, I have to tell you guys about an obsession I have been hiding from yall: Korean Barbeque! Oh, my Father above have mercy on me! I like Chick-Fil-A, but I LOVE Korean Barbeque. It's pretty unnatural how I can boldly walk into an international restaurant and demand for the unlimited amount of meats and sides. Gluttony is a sin but I know my limit, and I end there so don't come after my life.

I recently took one of my close friends out for dinner as a thank you for just being an awesome person (people, let's do that more often). Initially, we were going to go to my favorite Korean, but when we got there they told us that the wait was until 2:00 AM! We got there around 9:00 PM! 5 hours guys! Five hours and mind you, my friend and I had just finished an hour workout, so we were hangry (hungry enough to show signs of angry for lack of nutrition for those who are wondering).

We couldn't wait any longer. Being that we live in an age where technology can quickly help you faster than people, I googled for another restaurant and found out that there was another restaurant about a couple of miles away that had Korean Barbeque: Breakers. An acquaintance had recommended weeks before, so according to the universe and my stomach, it was time to try out Breakers.

I will tell you this place is more Korean American fusion than just a Korean. I loved that the atmosphere was intimate which I wasn't something I would associate with Korean barbeque establishments. I would recommend this place for a date night where you look your best (I had to specify because if you're like me, sweats are still attire for date night cause we're going to build some forts but guess not here). I don't recommend this for families with younger children.

The service was as always, fantastic! Our waiter knew her stuff which is essential to me when I venture off to places I've never been before. She was polite, held conversations and smiled.

As for the price, I didn't focus on the individual items because that's not enough for me. The all you can eat section is and will always be my priority when it comes to Korean barbeque. It's roughly around the $20s which means if you're treating that night, bring some dough. I mean it is endless meat though so don't start complaining.

Overall, I have come to like Breakers...actually, just as much I love my local barbeque restaurant. Did I just fall in love again?! I think I did! Welp, Jesus looks like this marriage to food might happen after all.

Below are the quick breakdowns of my review for Breakers and I have to leave you all real quick because after talking about, your girl is craving some Korean Bbq! See you there:


Customer Service: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Food: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Price: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Atmosphere: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Overall Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

*Side note: non-denominational nuns isn’t really a thing which makes sense since it defeats the purpose of a being a nun. Well, looks like I got to figure out what I’m going to do with that…maybe after I fill my stomach up with some barbequed meat!

Until next time...

-🌿 Abigail 

*Ratings are a maximum of 5 stars with 1 star being the lowest