Appetizers
January 15, 2009
Korean BBQ satisfies all


The doom and gloom of the economy sure drives one to comfort eat, but with cash flow dwindling, what's a gal to do?

Head on over the rainbow to Oz Korean BBQ on Bradshaw Road for all-you-can-eat meat, rice and side dishes. It costs $17.99 Sunday through Thursday, or $18.99 on Friday and Saturday. And it's a carnivorous wonder of Korean favorites like bulgogi and galbi brought raw and heaping on plates to your table for you to cook up at the tabletop grill. The side dishes of kim chi, bean sprouts and pickled cucumbers get replenished as well, and expect to loosen your belt after the meal - although I still had room for the ice cream ball rolled in multi-colored crunchy flakes for dessert.

Leave your vegetarian friends at home, (sorry Carlos), everyone at the table is required to partake, otherwise everyone has to order off the a la carte menu.

Jal mokesumnida!


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