JBBQ all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ restaurant in the scuzzier part of Koreatown.
All-You-Can-Eat Korean BBQ Restaurant — $11.99 $17.99 $21.99 Prices as of January 2015. Odaesan is the name of a mountain in South Korea’s Gangwon Province.
This is the original Moo Dae Po KBBQ Restaurant on Vermont Avenue. (Moodaepo II is on 7th Street.)
MONG (夢; “Dream” or “Yume”) took over the spot of Shikdorak House of Bossam restaurant in July 2013. Open on Christmas Day 2015 for lunch and dinner. Lunch is 11:30 am to 2:00 pm. Dinner is 5:30 to 10:00 pm. Menu as of August 2014: bulgogi, chicken, pork belly, beef… Lunch special: $10.99 Dinner all-you-can-eat specials: $24.99 Salad bar: additional $3.99 Seafood no longer available. Prices and availability of items is subject to change.
The original GENWA is located about two miles west of Koreatown proper, in the Miracle Mile LA area. Genwa serves Korean barbecue in an upscale setting, where tabletops are equipped with downdraft grills to keep the smoke to a minimum. Open seven days of the week 12:00 noon to – 10:00 pm. A second location opened in Beverly Hills in 2013. 겐와-기와. 器韓國烤肉名店
GUI IL BUNJI Cheap Korean BBQ restaurant. 구이일번지
Also known as “Yang San Park,” Yangsanbak Korean BBQ is NOT an All-You-Can-Eat restaurant. A “combo” of quality meats and beverages for two people starts at $39.99. The house specialty has been sampgyeopsal (pork belly). Located in the dingy strip mall known as Key Center on the northwest corner of 6th & Normandie. Open seven days a week, 3:00 pm – 1:00 am.
Mansu (Man-su, Mansoo) Korean barbecue restaurant. Open seven days a week, 11:30 am – 8:30 pm.