Camper cooking meets Korean at this Liberdade mainstay. For the bul go gui (Korean barbecue), diners blend raw meat, spices, sauces, and veggies and cook them over small, do-it-yourself gas stoves. One order feeds two. You can prepare other Korean dishes, and there are Chinese options, including several involving tofu. Everything is reasonably priced. The design is unimpressive but the atmosphere is lively, with hipsters and gringos sprinkled among neighborhood residents.
Rua Galvão Bueno 43, 1º andar, São Paulo, 01506–000, Brazil