Beef Bulgogi, Spicy Pork Belly, Lemon Chicken, and Cajun Shrimp—you’ll find all this and more at Times Plaza’s newest restaurant, Stone Age Korean BBQ. Situated on the corner of the development off Memorial Parkway, this new eatery invites guests to sample unique Korean flavor while taking part in the cooking process. Best of all, it’s all-you-can-eat! Come with a big appetite.
“Stone Age offers a new kind of dining experience in Huntsville,” said Sung Rose, general manager. “Our food is incredible, the atmosphere is friendly and energetic, and we try to make each visit an unforgettable outing.”
It’s best to visit Stone Age with an open mind, ready to try all of the meat on the menu and sample its many side dishes. Guests can choose from specially prepared beef, pork, chicken, and seafood (during dinner hours) that bring Korean cuisine to life. Diners are in full control as they cook each meat on a circular grill at the center of the table. While the meat is sizzling, servers bring the table as many sides as they can eat like rice, kimchi, salad, Bibimbob, dumplings, ramen, and even french fries. It’s all customized to fit your taste buds.
“We have had a wonderful response so far,” said Sung. “At the moment, our lunch crowds are bigger than the dinner crowds. But our dinner menu comes with more options, so we encourage everyone to try us out after work. Our restaurant is designed to deliver an experience, so be prepared to spend some time at the table savoring the different meats and sides.”
Speaking of experience, the atmosphere plays a big role at Stone Age. Its vibrant setting has brightly colored booths, fun lighting fixtures, and giant television screens that showcase the latest Korean pop music videos.
If it’s your first time trying Korean BBQ, don’t worry! The staff will happily walk you through the process once you’re seated and explain the menu items in detail. Feel free to ask for more meat, sides, and sauces as mealtime moves along. It’s all-you-can-eat after all.
When asked what dishes are quickly becoming crowd favorites, Sung said Lemon Chicken and Beef Bulgogi are climbing the charts. When it comes to sides, people are ordering lots of Bibimbob and dumplings. Luckily, all of those items are available at both lunch and dinner.
“At 2 p.m., we stop serving lunch and go straight to dinner,” said Sung. “If you join us then, we recommend trying the shrimp or filet mignon. There’s even spicy squid for our more adventurous eaters.”
Don’t forget the sauces! Each guest gets their own dipping dish full of sauces that bring together the sweet, hot, sour, bitter, and salty profiles that make up many Korean dishes. For several visitors, the “Yum Yum” sauce takes home the blue ribbon.
“Being at Times Plaza has been excellent so far because we are easily reached by the traffic on Memorial Parkway,” said Sung. “We’re also very visible and have wonderful co-tenants who are already established and visited often. We’re thrilled to be here and enjoy every second of giving Huntsville a new kind of dining opportunity. It’s best enjoyed with friends, so be sure to bring some along—don’t forget your appetite.”
Stone Age Korean BBQ is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 .am. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Want to skip the wait? Stone Age takes reservations for groups of eight people or more. The address is 2319 Memorial Parkway, Suite 125, Huntsville, AL 35801.
(Keep in mind that Stone Age is adhering to social distancing guidelines and only allowing a certain number of guests in at a time.)
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