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kbbq: searching for the perfect trifecta +1

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ns1 Apr 29, 2008 04:50 PM

1. Quality meat
2. Rice paper
3. Sugary soy saucey vinegary dipping sauce with jalapenos and garlic
4. A half decent grill

Does such a combination exist?

ma dang sae on james wood/vermont used to deliver, until they switched up their grills to that god forsaken infrared grill that doesn't grill evenly.

there's a kbbq place across from el cholo that has 3/4, but it's AYCE so the meat isn't uber.

park's/chosun galbi don't have rice paper and possibly the dipping sauce.

Anybody have a suggestion?

I'm actually NOT looking for AYCE

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    Needmeat Apr 29, 2008 05:16 PM

    Gui Rim on 6th and Western is really good. They have the meat, rice paper, soy sauce with the jalapenos and garlic, and they also have the charcoal grills.

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      ns1 Apr 29, 2008 05:31 PM

      you may very well be my hero

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      dietgrace Apr 29, 2008 05:39 PM

      Hanyang BBQ on 8th & Harvard is pretty good. It is not AYCE, but they have combo deals and pass all of your qualifications.

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        ns1 Apr 29, 2008 05:44 PM

        edited, I'm actually not looking for AYCE :) I have realized how detrimental it is for my waistline

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        crystaw Apr 29, 2008 11:22 PM

        I think Tahoe Galbi on Wilshire and Wilton ought to cover all that

        1. Frommtron Apr 30, 2008 12:32 AM

          Have you tried Shik Do Rak? It's been awhile since I've been but I believe they have what you're looking for. The grill was NOT charcoal but I seem to remember it being gas fuelled.

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            ns1 Apr 30, 2008 07:20 AM

            I've been there but it's been 3-4 years. I found it fairly unremarkable, which probably explains why I can't remember anything about that place.

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            piglet147 Apr 30, 2008 10:51 AM

            I would suggest the following: hwaro on 6th in the chapman plaza. Honey pig on 8th (b/w kingsley and hobart i think). And beul dae po on 6th and ardmore (although last time i went, it wasn't as good as before.)

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              luvs2eat Apr 30, 2008 11:24 AM

              I suggest Sae Byuk Jip in Chapman Plaza (6th & kenmore). I go there often and it totally fits all of the above combinations and it is not AYCE. They do have combos, so you can still get a great deal. I am very fond of their ssangyup ssal (the pork strip) it comes with kimchee layered on top!!

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