Korean barbecue is a culinary tradition that was taken out of the sidelines when the all-you-can-eat format was invited in. Since its inception in Los Angeles, the idea of eating an unlimited amount of beef, pork, chicken — and essentially anything that tastes good on a tabletop grill — has proliferated across the United States. And with America’s relatively affordable meat, all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue can thrive despite its modest prices and the tough competition in cities like New York and Chicago.
At Omi Korean Grill in Dallas, where we’re in the heart of cattle country, the restaurant serves some of the best quality beef for a mere $22 per person at dinner. I’ll be showing you how to hack the all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue experience in this episode of K-Town; with tips like avoiding the fillers, ordering the right meats, and how to maximize all that meat.
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