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Posted by ASM on 09/15/2008
First I would like to thank the first reviewer. I was looking for authentic Korean BBQ and he helped lead me here. It is served in a slightly different style in almost every one, some serving only one type of meat others several different types i.e. beef, pork, chicken, some with several different types of leafy greens to wrap the meats and vegetables in, others no leafy greens only meats and vegetables, some with sea food, some with hot pot, some with a gas grill others have wood or charcoal fire. All have one thing in common, for each patron there are several small bowls with various sauces, many dishes with veggies, meats and various other hopefully eatable items. Nothing marinated or coated in heavy sauces though, that is Americanized Asian food. As the name states International Smokeless BBQ it is a blend of Asian foods, but again based on my experiences in Korea they capture the Korean style BBQ excellently. I have not tried any of the other dishes on the menu but will return to do so. (If I can turn down another opportunity to have BBQ) I was primarily interested in finding a place were I could share my experience in Korea with my family and friends and I have found it. We had the BBQ dinner for 6, with included a large tray of meats, and a large tray of sea food, an appetizer and the salad bar, and several other item witch now escape me The service and hospitality were great, all the food was very, very fresh or I would have left. No it is not spectacular but it is a lot of fun and quite a unique experience.
Posted by SKD1983 on 11/21/2007
I live right around the corner of the plaza that this restaurant is in so I've actually been there when they were first opened. At first, it was a pretty nice place to eat. The BBQ in the name is very misleading because NOTHING is BBQed. There is a grill/burner in the center of the table where you could cook your own food or have a hot pot out but it's nothing spectacular. The rest of the food is okay too. After a while of occasionally eating here, you realize that it's just typical asian restaurant serving typical asian (Vietnamese mostly) dishes. Tom Yum soup, varieties of noodles, etc., etc. If you're looking for good Tom Yum, go there. If you're hankering for Asain BBQ, find a Korean BBQ. They marinate their meats in heavenly sauces and it's soooooo yummy.