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All You Can Eat Korean BBQ, in SFV?

knsv Mar 14, 2007 01:34 AM

For a while i have been wondeirng if there are any all you can eat korean bbq places in sfv, i noticed some korean place on whiteoak and sherman way on the greenland market plaza but not sure if its AYCE.

any suggestions?


  1. katkoupai Mar 14, 2007 03:18 AM

    Here's a recent thread on Korean food in SFV. I like Pine Tree in Northridge.
    I have never had all you can eat bbq there, though. The portions are good, however.


    1. w
      WHills Mar 14, 2007 10:29 AM

      Yes, that place in the Greenland Market plaza is all you can eat. I was there last week. They are having a special for $18.99, a minimum of 2 people. You get all you can eat meat (various beefs, pork, chicken), any sushi rolls off the menu and cold noodles. It was pretty good, and it was really crowded the day we went, full of Korean people. The staff does not speak much English, so it was an adventure, but the food was pretty good.

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      1. re: WHills
        knsv Mar 14, 2007 01:00 PM

        its 18.99 per person min of 2 people, but is that all you can eat.

        katkoupai, does pine tree have all you can eat, if so how much?

        1. re: knsv
          katkoupai Mar 14, 2007 01:40 PM

          I've never had all-you-can-eat at Pine Tree or see it on the menu, but I may be wrong. The last time I went was a few months ago. It's worth checking out though.

          1. re: katkoupai
            knsv Mar 14, 2007 05:14 PM

            so then how do you know that pine tree has one?

            1. re: knsv
              katkoupai Mar 14, 2007 10:16 PM

              Please call them to double check. I am unable to confirm whether they have all you can eat or not. I have never had it there, but I have had good, generous portions of Korean bbq and other Korean food there, as I stated in my first post. Good luck. :)

              Pine Tree
              8322 Reseda Blvd
              Northridge, CA 91324-4619

              If you find what you are looking for, please post. :)

          2. re: knsv
            WHills Mar 14, 2007 02:07 PM

            Yes, you get all you can eat meat, sushis and cold noodles. So, yes, it is an all you can eat Korean BBQ. It is also $18.99 per person, minimum 2 people.

            1. re: WHills
              knsv Mar 14, 2007 05:13 PM

              I heard it was about 20 per person but not all you can eat, is this a new thing?

              hmm i should try it out, is it pretty good?

              1. re: knsv
                WHills Mar 15, 2007 11:25 AM

                Like I stated in my earlier post, I went last weekend. It is $18.99 per person, all you can eat meats, sushi and cold noodles. The meat was good and sushi rolls not bad either. You can order off the menu also, or you can do the all you can eat.

                1. re: WHills
                  katkoupai Mar 15, 2007 02:50 PM

                  WHills, thanks for the info. I didn't know this about Pine Tree, and I appreciate your informative posts. :)

                  1. re: katkoupai
                    WHills Mar 15, 2007 09:20 PM

                    No, not at Pine Tree. At the place next to Greenland Market, there is AYCE. I've never been to Pine Tree.

                    1. re: WHills
                      katkoupai Mar 15, 2007 09:51 PM

                      I realized that a little too late-- oops. Sorry! :)

                      1. re: WHills
                        knsv Apr 5, 2007 08:41 PM

                        I checked out the place next to greenland market, interesting how it comes with sushi, i guess its good value but i didnt think the meat and sides were as good as the places in koreatown.
                        But still not bad for an SFV place, thanks WHills

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            monkfanatic Mar 14, 2007 01:45 PM

            we been going to seoul garden in irvine for years,it's all you can eat buffet style, has salad bar dessert, all different kind of meat and sea food , even have sushi for dinner, but lunch is a much better deal under 14 dollars

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            1. re: monkfanatic
              WHills Mar 14, 2007 02:08 PM

              Is there a location in the San Fernando Valley?

              1. re: WHills
                monkfanatic Mar 14, 2007 05:40 PM

                unfortunelly no

                1. re: monkfanatic
                  Das Ubergeek Mar 15, 2007 02:52 PM

                  I don't know how unfortunate it is -- if this is the place on Red Hill Ave., it can stay on Red Hill Ave. and I'll continue to ignore it, because when I went it was not very got a-tall.

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