There are tons of Korean BBQ restaurant in Los Angeles and you don’t have time to try them all in one trip. Luckily, I have a great recommendation from a Korean friend. Continue reading “LA Trip: Mr. BBQ”
Before people really know what is Korean BBQ, YakiniQ is already getting popular in Bay Area.
YakiniQ is one of the AYCD KBBQ restaurants on the list and there is always long wait on the weekend. One thing that I don’t understand is why a Korean BBQ restaurant named “YakiniQ” because the name of YakiniQ is come from JAPANESE “Yakiniku.” Continue reading “YakiniQ: overrating?”
One time my sister from Hong Kong came to San Jose to visit me and she wants me to take her to try different Korean BBQ restaurants. I took her to Gen BBQ at first because this place is so popular and provide good customer service and she really satisfied with the experience. Then second time, I’m tired of eating Korean BBQ so I suggest to go to the place where we can eat hotpot and Korean BBQ at the same time, which is Q pot. Continue reading “Q pot: the fusion of hot pot and KBBQ”
There are so many selections of restaurant in San Francisco and my friends are always craving for Korean BBQ and one time we go to Beque because there is super long line at YakiniQ and we forgot to make reservation at K-element. We were forced to try the new opening restaurant in Japantown and the experience made me so disappointed. Continue reading “Beque? Never again”
The fatty meat, the atmosphere, the customer service and flavorful beverage, any of these can enhance your experience when you are eating at a Korean BBQ restaurant, but smoke, might be a big problem to some people especially female customers because they want to dress nice to enjoy the meal but they also have to worry what if their clothes get smell from Korean BBQ. Continue reading “The smoke-free Korean BBQ restaurant”