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Korean BBQ that will accomodate fish-only?

bite bite Feb 9, 2008 09:06 PM

Not rabid about it, but have been segueing into a fish and veg diet. Does this rule out Korean BBQ? If not, any recommendations on places that might accommodate?

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    fdb Feb 11, 2008 07:41 AM

    Not the best BBQ place, but Suhrabal has a seafood combination which inlcudes: shrimps, octopus, scallop, squid, fish, and mushroom that you can do your own grilling. Hugh portion for very reasonable price.

    Surabul Restaurant
    100 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90004

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      bite bite Feb 11, 2008 08:51 AM

      Thanks -- just curious -- what makes it not the best? "Not the best" and "seafood" used together in a sentence always makes me a little apprehensive...

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      bite bite Feb 11, 2008 06:44 AM

      Thx! Not sweating small stuff (ie what may or may ot be used in pickling) -- but a seafood BBQ sounds like it has potential to be tasty if not whole hog 100% authentic.

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        mlgb Feb 10, 2008 05:52 PM

        Many places have baby octopus and some kind of pike or mackerel to BBQ. If you go to a buffet you'll also find things like tofu chunks, produce items like lettuce leaves, garlic, onions. I'm not sure what is used in pickling the kimchis, but I don't think it's meat. Many of the panchans are seafood or veggies. The buffets also usually have sushi or sashimi.

        There's a buffet in Torrance that I've done pretty well even when avoiding the red meat items in any quantity.

        Koji BBQ Buffet
        1725 W Carson St, Torrance, CA 90501

        1. ronnie_gaucho Feb 10, 2008 04:12 PM

          Yes, this effectively rules out any proper Korean BBQ experience

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            minnie Feb 9, 2008 10:17 PM

            Woo Lae Oak on LaCienga has salmon and veggie options on their menu.

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