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4 stars 22 reviews

Chez Bong

1021 St Laurent
Montreal, QC  H2Z 1J4

(514) 396-7779

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4 star rating
One of my favortie restaurants
May 07, 2014

A good friend of mine showed me this place some time ago.
I always love going there, #27 on the menu is what I always take.
If you think of taking an entree with meal, think twice the portions are very big!
Never dispoainted though

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4 star rating
Le Best
April 24, 2014

My wife's Korean and when travelling, we always strive to find the most authentic and yummi Korean restaurants around the world. LA's Koreatown (e.g. Soot Bull Jeep) sets the standard, we measure to and CHEZ BONG lives up to this standard in every way. Marvelous Galbi, great Banchan and an amazing spicy pork dish will make us return tonight for... more

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4 star rating
Korean says it is EXCELLENT
August 16, 2013

We had Tansuuk, Bibimpab and soup. They don't give you a lot of side dishes like kimchi, but the food taste excellent, like at home. The dough on tansuuk is so delicious very chewy as I like.
It is not an average Korean food. Prices are very cheap. We were going to have second lunch at Pho place, but stumbled... more

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August 13, 2014

There are some places where are only known by locals and Chez Bong is among them. This is one spot that serves good Korean food. This basement diner serves dishes that are fresh and flavorful. Savor their Bulgogi (marinated beef grill), Dolsot Bibimbap (rice, legumes, pork and beef in a heated stone bowl), Gun Man Doo (deep fried dumplings with pork, tofu and vegetables), and Ojingo Twigim... more

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