Friday, April 13, 2012

Food Friday: KBBQ

Hae Jang Chon Korean BBQ 3821 West 6th Street Los Angeles, CA 90020
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There are so few things in life better than all you can eat establishments, especially when you are a foodie. Imagine: all you can eat salad, kimchi, kimchi fried rice, and 19 different types of meat for $20! The sunny Saturday afternoon I was there, the wait was about 30 minutes or so, maybe even a little longer. For some, this might be long, but I assure you, it's definitely worth it if you are in the mood for some delicious KBBQ with all the fixings.


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Once seated, you can order anything your heart desires (as long as it's on the menu, of course, haha) and the servers are more than attentive. (There's even a button you can push at your table if you need assistance!) What's great about this place, compared to others, is that the grill is stone, so it's much easier to clean in between grilling... this basically means more meat at faster rates. Everything is fresh and extremely tasty and the selection is great. There are about three or four different sauces for taste and each one is distinct and flavorful. Aside from the copious amounts of meat, I would like to point out that the salad they serve here is bomb dot com. Seriously, they served a salad in something reminiscent of a mixing bowl, and I really did eat all of it. The only down side to all you can eat is that you normally eat all you can and more. By the end of the meal I thought I was going to fall over, but a few hours later I was already on to my next meal...typical.
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10 comments

  1. Oh my!!!! I envy you! I so wanted to eat in a Korean Resto but it's all plans and nothing really happened until now. Those pictures got me drooling the whole time. I'll definitely visit one soon! (I hope)

    ~Ronida
    funandruins.blogspot.com

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  2. Oh yum! Such deliciousness here :D


    xo Joana

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  3. mmm want to go home and get my mom's korean food. sigh. downfall of living in dorms away from home. $20 meat sounds like bargain to me yum yum

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  4. This looks incredibly yummy! I love Korean food!

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  5. Ha, I feel the same way every time I eat way too much! I tried Cocobang in SF (near Union Square)- a Korean BBQ place, and unfortunately was underwhelmed- wah! :( I need to redeem myself with this place!

    Anyways, enjoy your weekend!!

    x carlina
    allergictovanilla.com

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  6. mMmmmMMM NOMSS!! Love korean bbq, especially AYCE! Will have to check this one out in LA :D

    xo Stephanie
    HONEY & SILK

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  7. sometimes I have to look at your blog when im not hungry, you always have the most amazing pictures of food dishes and my mouth really cant help but drool LOL :P

    Cymone
    xo

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  8. Korean is my favourite..
    now iam hungry!

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