Korean-style barbecue has come to Grand Street.
A two-year-old Sunset Park restaurant called 99 Favor Taste opened its second outpost Thursday on the ground level of 285 Grand St., a new building constructed after a fire destroyed a tenement building there four years ago.
The menu centers on meat and seafood cooked at your table and is priced per person as all-you-can-eat. Traditional Korean-style barbecue is $25.99 per person. Chinese “hot pot” meals, where meat is cooked in a choice of broths such as congee-style or kimchi-based, are $21.99 per person. There are plenty of vegetable options such as pumpkin and sweet potato, as well as a separate selection of side dishes and more than two dozen sauces. A variety of tea, beer, juices and shakes, including avocado and watermelon, make up the beverage menu. A mezzanine level above the main floor offers semi-enclosed booths for seating large parties, with views out over the dining room.
The restaurant is noon to midnight daily, and reservations are accepted.