The prospect of eating a tongue may be very unusual to many Americans. However, beef tongue is not uncommon among the usual spread of Korean meat dishes. You can try it out for yourself at the Old Village Seattle Korean restaurant, where we think you’ll find it to be a tender and delicious barbecue treat.
Beef tongue bears a lot of the same nutritional value as the more conventional cuts of beef. It has the usual high level of cholesterol, but it also features a rich supply of important nutrients like protein, vitamin B12, selenium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc. Enjoyed in moderation, it can lend a valuable hand in building lean muscles, healthy blood, valuable enzymes and an overall more robust body.