Bazic, which bills itself as a fusion restaurant, but which is really Japanese filtered through Korean sensibilities. The specialty here is something the menu calls bbq olive luxury chicken. Stirred clams are done with mushrooms and garlic, and there are chicken gizzards, too, as well as pub dishes popular in Japan and Korea, such as fried sweet potato, spicy stir-fried squid and octopus and various forms of Korean barbecue. The best-known is the rather workmanlike bulgogi, barbecued beef with the texture of the meat in a Philadelphia cheese steak, with a flavor achieved through adding around 20 cloves of garlic.
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