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BORI IS THE TRANSLITERATION OF THE KOREAN WORD FOR “BARLEY”

Barley has been farmed in Korea since as early as 1000 B.C. Its long presence in Korea has much to do with its ability to grow under harsh weather conditions and even on treacherous terrain. The sturdiness of barley sustained the lives of many Koreans during times of famine, war, and oppression. Due to its resilience in difficult times, barley symbolized a form of relief to suffering people.

 

These are some of the reasons why barley holds a sentimental significance to the nation of Korea, and this is why BORI Korean BBQ Restaurant would like to honor the importance of barley with a spirit of gratitude and perseverance.

BORI is one of the few restaurants that offers selections of A5 Wagyu from Japan, Dry‐Aged Steaks, Filet Mignon, & our favorite Marinated Boneless Short Rib.

We are equipped with the best ventilation system in Houston, so you won’t leave the restaurant smelling like BBQ.

The table servers are trained to ensure a perfectly cooked meal while maintaining a fun and eye
catching experience for the customers.
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On the other side of the restaurant you can notice a terrace area known as the “Peace Garden” which promotes the unity of Korea and pays tribute for those who suffered during the wars.