Menu | Bawi Korean BBQ


Our All-You-Can-Eat (AYCE) is an immersive experience where guests cook their own Korean meats on a grill at their table. Meats are unlimited for two hours, as are the side dishes and sauces. The meal also includes a salad, steamed rice, and a house soup.

Everyone at the table must order the same type of AYCE.

All-You-Can-Eat Policy:

  • AYCE Items are not permitted to be taken to go.
  • We do not have to-go containers.
  • There will be a $10 charge for excess food leftover.
  • Dining time is limited to two hours.
  • Certain meats have limitations.
  • AYCE Price includes all menu items with the exception of beverages.
  • You can order up to four items the first round and up to two items every time after.
  • Thoroughly cooking foods of animal origin such as beef, eggs, fish, lamb, milk, poultry or shellfish reduces the risk of foodborne illness.
  • Individuals with certain health conditions may be at a higher risk if these foods are consumed raw.
  • Please let your server know of any food allergies.
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Children (4-12)

BEEF: Beef Bulgogi / Beef Short Ribs* / Sirloin Steak / Thinly Sliced Brisket / Sausage
PORK: Pork Belly / Pork Bulgogi / Spicy Pork Bulgogi / Pork Jowl
CHICKEN: Herb Chicken / Chicken Bulgogi / Spicy Chicken Bulgogi
SEAFOOD: Calamari / Shrimp
VEGETARIAN: Vegetable Platter / Tofu
APPETIZERS: Mandu / Spring Rolls


Children (4-12)

BEEF: Beef Bulgogi / Thinly Sliced Brisket / Sausage
PORK: Pork Belly / Pork Bulgogi / Spicy Pork Bulgogi / Pork Jowl
CHICKEN: Herb Chicken / Chicken Bulgogi / Spicy Chicken Bulgogi
VEGETARIAN: Vegetable Platter / Tofu





Veggies and Vegetarian


Appetizers are included with the All-You-Can-Eat premium option.

Side Dishes

Called banchan in Korean, these dishes are meant to be eaten with and in-between bites of meat. We recommend playing around with flavors throughout the meal– try the spicy kimchi with a non-marinated meat or the pickled radish wraps with a spicy protein.


Items to be added onto the All You Can Eat.


Traditional Korean dipping sauces are provided with your meal during the AYCE experience. We recommend cooking the meat as is and trying it with each of your sauces to discover the perfect combination.


Chamisul Strawberry | $14.00

Chamisul Plum | $14.00

Chamisul Grapefruit | $14.00

Chamisul Green Grape | $14.00

Jinro24 | $14.00

Chamisul Fresh | $12.00

Chamisul Original | $12.00

*Only served in 375ml bottles and meant to be shared.

Soju Bottles at Bawi Korean BBQ in Springfield, MO

Soju is a clear, distilled spirit traditionally made from wheat, barley, or rice. It originates from Korea and is most comparable to a smooth vodka.


Pepsi Products | $2.99

  • Pepsi
  • Diet Pepsi
  • Dr. Pepper
  • Mountain Dew
  • Root Beer
  • Sierra Mist
  • Orange Crush
  • Lemonade

Other Beverages | $2.99

  • Sweet Tea
  • Unsweet Tea
  • Green Tea
  • Jasmine Tea
  • Oolong Tea

Imported Draft Beer | $6.00

  • Sapporo Lager

Domestic Draft Beer | $4.00

  • Bud Light
  • Michelob Ultra
  • White River Gravel Bar IPA
  • Belgian White Shock Top

Wine | $7.00

  • Marco Negri Moscato
  • Boen Chardonnay
  • Boen Pinot Noir
  • Imagery Cabernet Sauvignon

How to Eat Like a Korean:

Take a pickled radish wrap or a leaf of lettuce.


Dip meat into a sauce of your choice and put it on the wrap.


Add a little bit of rice, kimchi and any banchan to your wrap.


Wrap everything together, put the entire wrap in your mouth and enjoy!


How to Drink Like a Korean:

Drinking is extremely social and interactive in Korea, and is usually done following rules within social hierarchies. Respect for superiors is one of the most important facets in Korean culture.

Never Pour your own drink!

Koreans find this rude and often say pouring your own drink is a curse to those you’re drinking with.

Respect Your Seniors

Rank comes first, then age. The most senior person starts by pouring shots for everyone at the table.

Use Two Hands For Everything

Anyone who is younger or lower in rank must receive drinks by holding their glass with two hands.

Turn Away To The Side

 Everyone must turn away from the most senior person when drinking.

Never Leave a Glass Empty!

It is considered rude to leave a glass empty. Fill any empty glasses starting with whoever is oldest/highest in status.

Before taking a shot, toast and say, “Gunbae!”

The very first shot should be taken by everyone together. After that, you can sip your drink, although Koreans typically shoot it back.

Using two hands is a polite gesture used for everything, whether it be giving and receiving drinks, gifts, or even money from a cashier.

Bawi Korean BBQ


4121 S. National
Springfield, MO 65807

Phone: 417-886-2777
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Mon: Closed

Tue: 11:00AM - 2:00PM
4:00PM - 9:00PM

Wed: 11:00AM - 2:00PM
4:00PM - 9:00PM

Thu: 11:00AM - 2:00PM
4:00PM - 9:00PM

Fri: 11:00AM - 2:00PM
4:00PM - 9:00PM

Sat & Sun: 11:00AM - 9:00PM.