Tips for Getting the Most Out of a Korean BBQ Meal
If you’ve never been to a Korean BBQ restaurant before where they bring you plate after plate of food and you cook it all yourself, it can be a bit intimidating. These tips will help you get an optimal dining experience and keep you from looking lost.
Takashi - Diners grill their own beef & offal at this minimalist-looking Japanese yakiniku restaurant; - from J's list; Step right up, adventurous eaters. This restaurant is theoretically Japanese and Korean, but really, the cuisine is just meat. There is a spare rib and a burger, sure, but also beef tendon, beef testicles, and even beef brain cream. And then there’s the Tongue Experience, which is not your college boyfriend’s psychedelic band. You’ll just have to eat it to believe it.