Oh, how we love Korean barbeque. We loved it in Japan, we loved it most in South-Korea, and now we love it in the States. Galbi, bulgogi, kimchi and chap chae, we had all this delicious stuff and more tonight!
We had to wait for a table for a about 50 minutes, but that wasn’t a problem because we had a lot of catching up to do with Bradley and Hannah anyway.
We had this all-you-can-eat do-it-yourself barbeque meal YakiniQ in Japantown, Korean barbeque is called yakiniku in Japan, and we know it wasn’t the last time we dine there. We already have plans to return there with some Japanese friends and I know as soon as my mother sees this blog post, she’ll be asking to go there when she and her husband visit us in two months. And that’s just fine by me!