All-You-Can-Eat Korean BBQ restaurant on Wilshire & Kingsley
Chosun Galbi is a relatively upscale Korean barbecue restaurant for the Koreatown area.
Located on Olympic Boulevard, about a block west Koreatown’s formal border of Western Avenue.
Open seven days a week, 11:00 am – 11:00 pm.
Usually open seven days a week, 11:00 am to 2:00 am. Quarters is a Korean BBQ restaurant with a full bar, offering wine, beer, specialty cocktails and margaritas 3465 W 6th St, C-130, Los Angeles, CA 90020
Woo is the Sino-Korean word for “Cow” while Gook means “Country” — Ookook can be translated as “Cow Nation” or “Cattle Country”. All-You-Can-Eat (AYCE) is $25. Prices and availability of items are subject to change. Options include fresh in-shell shrimp, beef, and duck breast meat.
SANYA. All-you-eat-Korean BBQ restaurant San-Ya. 山野韓國烤肉 You get what you pay for: AYCE KBBQ $11.99 Open Monday to Sunday, 11:00 am – 11:00 pm. The Korean word “San-Ya”(山野) refers to 산과 들 (mountains and fields), together known as the 시골 (countryside).
“Kogi Nara” (Koginara, Koki Nara, Kokinara) means “Meat Country” or “Meat Nation” — this is a Korean Barecue restaurant. The BBQ menu usually includes beef brisket, marinated chicken, marinated pork chop, and sliced beef belly. Open everyday, 5:00 pm ~ 2:00 am. All You Can Eat as of 2016. KoginaraLA
Bud Namu is one of the few all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ restaurants that use charcoal.
The $12.99 AYCE includes intestines (“tripe”). Price and availability of menu items are subject to change.
Bakkung… Bak Kung. The Korean pronunciation is actually “Behk-goong” (baek-gung). The name means “White Palace.”
Specialty: Charcoal Barbecue
Brothers BBQ 형제갈비 Galbi Brothers BBQ with soju and wine. 이동갈비 함흥쟁면전문 All You Can Eat. Usually open seven days a week, from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm. Happy Hour 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Soju and Wine 50% off.