Book Sea Tong / Bookseatong / Buksetong This restaurant’s name is pronounced “Book Seh Tong” — serves Korean BBQ and “military base stew” called Bude Jjigae. Korean and very basic English spoken by staff. 북새통 (식당-한식) Closes by 10 pm even on Friday nights.
Choi Ga Nae is an AYCE (all-you-can-eat) Korean barbecue restaurant.
Breakers Korean BBQ
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.
The Paan Korean BBQ 3732 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90020 Korean BBQ restaurant. This is NOT a cheap all-you-can-eat joint. Open seven days a week, 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm.
“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.
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.