Best service I’ve ever had at a kbbq in this area hands down.. and prices are unbeatable starting at $12.99 – Michael
This place was soo yummy & everything tasted so fresh! The waiters/waitress were very attentive & making sure we always had food on our tables. Honestly my favorite place to have Korean BBQ. Highly recommend trying! -Ruby
This is by far the best Korean BBQ my bf and I have been to. We’ve been to many! Went on Sunday, and expected to wait at least 30 min because there was a line, however we were seated immediately. If going with Party of 5/6 or more call for a reservation. 2/4 ppl seating is fast.
Food was brought out very fast, very little staff but they were very attentive and fast that you couldn’t tell there was just 4 for the whole place.
The food quality was very good, we got the middle selection which was 15$ and had many choices to choose from. The 20$ section has seafood options, but if you don’t want that then stick to the 10 or 15$ section. -Madai
Amazing customer service!!! Love the food here and a super great price!! Must try!! Very clean and fun environment!! -Vanessa
For $11.99 I’m surprised the quality of the meat was pretty good. This price is for dinner btw. My favorite is brisket. I didn’t really like the brisket dipping sauce. It was a little too acidity for me. The after taste kind of reminded of wasabi… On the table they also have sesame oil, salt and chili sauce. the beef bulgogi was really good too. I like the marinate.
The side dishes that they offer are potato salad, rice paper, fish cake, Kim chi, cucumber and sprouts. Literally all of my favorite.
Our server was really attentive and friendly. He also brought out our meat quick. And when you ask for extra side dishes, they give you hella! -Jasmine
I’ve been here a couple of times and never seemed to have a problem! Quick and yummy simple Korean BBQ for $11.99 for the simplest menu!
Was here last Monday and the server was extremely nice and always catering to our needs and getting us everything we needed before we even asked! I am from San Diego and I wish we had a Red Palace here in SD! -Christine
Never have I heard of an All You Can Eat Korean BBQ for DINNER for $11.99. Thanks to our friends for introducing this place to us! Of course, you will be sacrificing quality for the amount of food, but the quality was good enough for us, and we ate all our stomachs could fit for less than $12 a person.
Service was surprisingly very good (probably the best I’ve had at an all you can eat korean bbq). They came many times to our table, refilled out ban chan many times, and came back with the meats we ordered extremely fast everytime.
One huge drawback that I thought would be huge but turned out to be okay: no kalbi for the $11.99 menu. You can choose to pay one grade up to get two pieces of kalbi per person, but that doesn’t really seem like it would be satisfying either. Or you can pay another grade up to get unlimited kalbi on your menu too. I thought no kalbi would be a huge disappointment, but to my surprise, there were so many other types of meat that tasted great that we didn’t need kalbi. They even had a marinated pork steak that tasted pretty similar to eating kalbi (even though I’m comparing pork to beef :P).
My favorite meat-cuts are usually the brisket and pork belly (both unmarinated), but here’s where I can tell that the quality wasn’t that great. The unmarinated meats were a bit drier and not too tasty. So that’s why I wouldn’t give it 5 stars. The marinated cuts tasted great though, and they were enough to fully satisfy. The options on the menu are so great…many many meats to choose from (bulgogi, spicy pork, marinated pork steak, pork belly, brisket, even squid! and more).
I will 100% tell my friends about this place (but only to those willing to sacrifice a little quality for a great price) and will definitely be back if I’m ever in the area. -Connie
Visited for the first time yesterday and I was quite impressed. My friend and I were looking for a cheap AYCE Korean BBQ location and this was perfect. For $10.99 you have all the typical brisket, pork belly, spicy chicken, spicy pork, beef and pork bulgogi amongst other things.
The meat quality is what you expect from a AYCE place not the best but fatty and delish. The flavored meat like the bulgogi and spicy meats were a little too marinated for my taste but my friend loved it.
The banchan were mediocre but they do have rice paper and daikon wraps.
The sauces are on the table but not labeled. The red is the hot sauce, yellow is the flavored soy sauce and there’s salt and sesame oil.
The service was prompt and the wait staff was great about keeping my soda filled. -Amie