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ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT IN KOREATOWN LA

Bak Kung Korean BBQ

Bakkung Restaurant on Olympic

Specialty: charcoal barbecue. Hours: Monday-Sunday 11 am – 12 am.

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Manna – Wilshire & Wilton (Moo BBQ)

UPDATE: Rebranded itself as “Moo BBQ” in late 2015. New management transitioning from Tahoe Galbi, December 2013 to January 2014. All-you-can-eat menu options include 19.99 and 25.99. This is the second currently operating Manna Korean BBQ restaurant. The other Manna is in the Little Tokyo district of downtown L.A. at 333 S Alameda St #305, […]

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Kogi King BBQ

Gogi King All-You-Can-Eat KBBQ

All-you-can-eat Korean BBQ restaurant just south of Koreatown proper on Western Avenue by 12th Street.

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Castle BBQ

All-you-can-eat Korean barbecue restaurant. $12.99 Prices subject to change. Solo diners not welcome. Must have a companion. Health rating of B as of 02/16/2012.

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HongDae Ipgu KBBQ Seafood

Hongdae Ipgu KBBQ Seafood

Korean BBQ and Seafood Restaurant. Rebranding of Wang Dae Po Restaurant in 2013. HongDae Ip Gu‘s menu includes three all-you-can-eat options: $16.99, $18.99 and $22.99 The restaurant’s name refers to the popular area by the entrance to Hongik University in the Mapo-gu district of central Seoul. Hongdae (홍대) is an abbreviation of Hongik Daehakgyo, which […]

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O Dae San

(213) 383-9800

Named after a mountain in Korea, Odaesan (Odae-san) is an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ restaurant that opened in 2003. HOURS OF OPERATION Sun-Thu: 6.30am – 11pm Fri & Sat: 6.30am – 12am  Breakfast: 6.30am – 10.30am Lunch: 10.30am – 3pm Dinner: 3pm – close Call 213.383.9800 to make a reservation. Reservations are taken only for parties […]

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Moon Daepo BBQ 2

Opened on Western & Maplewood in late April 2012. This is Moon Daepo #2. The original is in Gardena. All-you-can-eat BBQ starts at $9.99 per person if it’s a large group of people. The restaurant’s Korean name is “Dal Daepo” — “Dal” sounds like the Korean word for the moon in the sky.

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