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A new Korean restaurant with hot stone dining concept will open in Katy

Jessica Yang

Photo courtesy of Stone Age Korean Grill

Houston, TX - A new Korean restaurant with hot stone cooking methods is preparing to be soon open in Katy.

Owned by Pascal Choi, a longtime Houstonian Sushi Chef, Stone Age Korean Grill will be the combination of a modern Texan twist with his traditional Korean roots. Stone Age location will be at Westgreen development in the Gardens, at 20940 Katy Freeway. This barbeque restaurant is taking Korean grill a step further with the dining concept that makes it possible for diners to cook their meal continuously however they want at the table.

Different from other Korean barbecue joints in Houston, this restaurant will use a 1 inch thick flat volcanic hot stone instead of tabletop gas grills to cook all things from stews to proteins. Diners are said to be able to have an enjoyable barbeque as volcanic stones produce less smoke and heat compared to open flame grills.

A native of Daegu, Korea, Choi has always wanted to open a Korean concept restaurant. He said the menu for Stone Age is not finalized yet, but some dishes that will certainly be there are sashimi tacos, sous vide short ribs, foie gras toast, and bouncy udon with tempura.

For steak, it will be finished on the table after being prepared in the kitchen first. Another special menu is from Hui Lim, Choi’s wife and a pastry chef at the St. Regis Hotel, house-made desserts.

The concept for Stone Age’s environment is a mix of modern charm and familiar ambiance where you can have a comfortable meal with friends and family. They are committed to give the Houston community a great experience of tasty food and exceptional service.

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