Welcome, fellow carnivores! (I changed the date because 10/09 is a bit short notice....and I changed the date to 10/28 so that I could actually attend something I am hosting! ) Hae Jang Chon has an AYCE (all you can eat) menu for $16.99. With tax and tip, it should run about $22-$25 per person...not exactly cheap eats, but hey, it's AYCE! The banchan is tasty, but I do get the feeling that most people are here for the meat! It's not exactly BBQ because you do your cooking on a large stone grill that resembles a large slab of cast-iron. At the end of the meal, you get some tasty kimchi fried rice stir fried on the grill. They also have steamed white rice for those who like their rice and meat together. They also serve some "regular" non BBQ dishes; check out their menu for an interesting selection of soups. For more information, here is their Yelp review. There is valet parking for about $2...street parking exists, but I must warn you that it is at a premium over here. Ten people is a nice round number; you can RSVP for one other person, but single diners have a better chance if a waitlist starts. Drop me an email if you have any questions or suggestions.
Let's take advantage of Koreatown and try some new Barbecue joints! We try other types of Korean restaurants, but KBBQ is our main focus.
If you're interested in trying new restaurants and dishes in Koreatown while enjoying some beer, soju, or barley/corn tea, join our group for some serious overeating!
A few rules:
1. You must post a recent large headshot photo as your primary photo, so we can recognize you when you come to the restaurant. This is for the safety of all the members.
2. You must respect the No-show/No-flake rule. You must cancel/change your rsvp to a NO at least 24 hours before the event, If you don't give proper notice to the event host/organizer, you are subject to removal from the group.
3. You may not crash an event, or bring other guests unless the organizer is aware ahead of time.
4. You must be respectful to all members and organizers. Understand that attending our events is a privilege and not a right.
Each organizer may have other rules in place. It is your responsibility to read the event description and adhere to those rules.