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Need Help. All you can eat Korea BBQ.

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travelbug2225 May 31, 2008 07:01 PM

Any suggestion on all you can eat Korea BBQ. I live in Long Beach, so I don't mind driving to Garden Grove, South Bay area or even Korea Town. Please also let me know the price per person.

I also would like to try the Korea BBQ with charcoal because I only get to try the gas grill.

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    mar52 May 31, 2008 07:48 PM

    North East corner of Western and Carson in a shopping mall. I think it's the city of Carson.

    I think the place is called Picnic Buffet or maybe it was at some point.

    It's a cook yourself at your table place. I don't know the proper name.

    Not the best, but not bad.

    They have Korean, Chinese and Japanese foods.

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      hongryman May 31, 2008 08:24 PM

      Furusato (in Korean it's called Go-hyang Galbi) in Gardena is on Western. It's all you can eat and costs $11.99 per person for two types of meat (beef brisket and pork belly). It's $15.99 for 4 types of meat (plus marinated beef rib and beef tongue). When I want to eat a lot I go there.

      1. Tapeworm May 31, 2008 08:34 PM

        Cham Sut Gol in Garden Grove is pretty popular. $16.99 for dinner and weekends. I believe its $12.99 for weekday lunch. There's five meats: pork belly, chicken, thin sliced brisket, marinated beef and pork. Its table service with gas grills, so no buffet lines.

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