Heart-shaped beef (Image: Bulgogi Brothers)
The Korean barbecue-style restaurant will have capacity for around 200, we’re told, and will feature an “innovative ventilation system” to clear out barbecue aftermath. Bulgogi Brothers will also feature traditional Korean alcohol such as soju and makgeolli.
Bulgogi Brothers has around 30 locations in Korea and recently began expanding abroad, opening its first international location in the Philippines last year. The Richmond Hill location is expected to open in early May, and keep an eye out for other Toronto locations to start popping up soon.