Saturday Steals – Shilla Korean BBQ

Best M’s Game Day “Carry Ins”

Shilla Korean BBQ
Located within the Uwajimaya food court, this isn’t your standard, supremely subpar food court fare. The Uwajimaya food court has a surprisingly good selection of tasty, cheap eats.

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The best game day deal is at the Shilla Korean BBQ. Show them your day-of-game Mariners ticket and receive 10% off your final bill.
You might be tempted to order the Country Style ‘Bi Bim’ Rice Bowl. Don’t. It’s fantastic, but the egg doesn’t travel well. Opt instead for the Korean Style BBQ Beef, Beef Ribs, Korean Style Grilled Chicken or the Spicy BBQ Pork.

COST
(1 – 4 are served with your choice of kimchi or salad; brown rice $0.25 extra)
1. Korean Style BBQ Beef: $6.79
2. Beef Ribs: $8.99
3. Korean Style Grilled Chicken: $6.79
4. Spicy BBQ Pork: $6.79
5. Country Style ‘Bi Bim’ Rice Bowl: $7.99

Address
517 S Weller St.
Seattle, WA 98104
(Inside the Uwajimaya Food Court)

Phone
206-381-1207

Hours
Monday – Sunday: 10:30am – 9:00pm

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Addition Carry In Favorite - El Camion
Located across from the WAMU Theater on Occidental, this stationary food truck dishes up some of the city’s best tacos and burritos. You can read more about it here, but word to the wise on “carry in” items – the burritos travel best. And, I recommend skipping the Cochinita Pibil (seasoned pork), Adobada (marinated spicy pork), and chorizo (fresh Mexican sausage). All three meats are quite greasy and make for a messy bag of food.

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2 Responses to Saturday Steals – Shilla Korean BBQ

  1. What a nifty restaurant to have close by! Nothing like that around here, unfortunately. :(

  2. I love Shilla’s Bi Bim! And El Camion is the best – I had no idea there is one downtown (we always go to the Home Depot one) … great to know for the Ms games!

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