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All-You-Can-Eat Korean Barbecue Heads to Sugar Land

Breakers Korean BBQ will open in the former World of Beer space

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Houston’s options for all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue continue to go, and the arrival of Breakers Korean BBQ will bring the meat parade to Sugar Land in the coming months.

Signage is up for the California-based chain’s first Houston-area location in the First Colony Mall at 16535 Southwest Freeway in Sugar Land, formerly home to World of Beer. Originally, the space was intended to house a location of noodle chain Jinya Ramen Bar, but a tipster tells Eater that the deal for that restaurant ultimately fell through. Breakers Korean BBQ currently operates multiple outposts in Dallas-Fort Worth, along with locations in Virginia and Georgia.

Breakers Korean BBQ serves up a pretty standard selection of grill-your-own meats, including beef bulgogi, squid, spicy pork, and beef short ribs. A la carte add-ons like lobster tail, Chilean sea bass, and kimchi stew are also on offer, along with a selection of banchan (small side dishes) and the usual soup, salad, and rice on the side.

Eater has reached out for more details on when Breakers Korean BBQ will make its Sugar Land debut. Stay tuned for an update.

Breakers Korean BBQ

16535 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, TX 77479