Guys, sometimes, straight up, you just want to have some delicious, cook-it-yourself Korean BBQ.\nREAD ALSO: Downtown Montreal Opens All-New “Tex-Mex” Restaurant\nI mean, what's not to love? You get moist, tender, and tasty meats, and you get to cook them yourself. Winning, TBH. In Montreal, we're super lucky to have a bunch of Korean BBQ restaurants, but there are a select few that stand out among the rest.\n1. Mon Ami\nA photo posted by ___________ (@thisisviviane) on Jun 12, 2016 at 7:26pm PDT\n6521 Avenue Somerled\nIf you ask anyone what their favourite Korean BBQ restaurant is, chances are very high they might just say Mon Ami. This NDG Korean restaurant serves up fresh and tasty food, ready to be cooked to perfection by you. For extra good vibes, try their Korean (without the BBQ) restaurant, Mon Ami, very close to this location.\nFacebook\n2. Kalbi\nA photo posted by Amanda? (@amandaaa_hou) on Nov 29, 2016 at 7:35pm PST\n1017 Boul St-Laurent\nSituated right in Chinatown, Kalbi is pretty much reinventing the whole Korean BBQ scene. Not only does it offer up some really delicious dishes and drinks (and sushi!), but it's also an incredibly fun and vibrant place, perfect for any sort of meal.\nFacebook\n3. Chez Hwang\nA photo posted by @zoechabot on Dec 12, 2015 at 3:40pm PST\n5545 Chemin Upper Lachine\nNot just a Korean BBQ spot (although their ready to be 'cued food is seriously great), Chez Hwang offers up some incredibly tasty already cooked meals, as well. Like their fried chicken, for example, which is legit to die for.\nFacebook\n4. Shabu Shabu\nA photo posted by Gabby (@gabbymaryse) on Feb 21, 2016 at 9:13am PST\n6180 Rue Saint-Jacques\nLocated in Montreal's Sud-Ouest, Shabu Shabu is straight-up awesome. Not only is the food here on point, but the vibe is unbeatable - super fun, so that it's perfect for a chill night out, but also incredibly welcoming and warm.\nFacebook\n5. Kagopa\nA photo posted by Elisabeth Mihou (@elimihou) on Oct 29, 2016 at 7:08pm PDT\n6400 Rue Saint-Jacques\nIf you're looking for somewhere to enjoy some seriously fresh dishes, and barbecue yourself one incredibly delicious meal, then look no furthr: Le Sud-Ouest's Kagopa is here to save your entire meal/day/year/life.\n6. 5000 Ans\nA photo posted by L A E T I T I A (@laety_cherry) on Jul 14, 2016 at 3:26pm PDT\n3441 Rue Saint-Denis\nAlright, if you're looking for a huge selection, you got it. 5000 Ans (Cinq Mille Ans) has tons and tons of awesome dishes to choose from, including one incredibly on point BBQ section on their menu which includes things like stir fried chicken, octopus and vegetables, cooked right at your table.\nFacebook\n7. Sota\nA photo posted by @estradakaye on Aug 18, 2016 at 7:13am PDT\n1825 Rue Sainte-Catherine O\nHonestly, Sota is one of my all-time faves. This spot hasn't maybe been around for as long as some of the others, but trust, it's amazing. They've got all the staples that a good Korean BBQ should have, including some incredibly tasty all you can eat sushi, to boot.\nFacebook\n8. Seoul Chako\nA photo posted by Ky Hebert (@kyhebert) on Sep 22, 2016 at 6:19pm PDT\n1824 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest\nThis spot has probably become synonymous with "awesome Korean BBQ spots in Montreal", and there's one very good reason for this. Straight up, it's awesome. Featuring a fun atmosphere, delicious food, and quick, super friendly service, you definitely won't regret making Seoul Chako your next meal spot.\nFacebook\n9. Tianxia\nA photo posted by Rashmi Patel (@rashmipatel_) on Feb 29, 2016 at 9:47pm PST\n2065 Rue Bishop\nA modest Korean barbecue restaurant near Concordia University, Tianxia is legit the perfect spot to get all of your Korean BBQ kicks. Not only is their food fresh and tasty, but the service is awesome, and the spot is cozy and welcoming. Protip: get lots and lots of kimchi; it's amazing over here.\nFacebook\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.