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Thats the last time I was there.
Surprised nobody has mentioned korean bbq
There are a few things I miss about LA, and KBBQ is one of those things.
KBBQ takes too much time. Better save time for headfi gears.
Not an issue if you go there for dinner, after show closes for the day...
I picked up a basket for candy today, when I get the chocolates from Costco, I am going to count the Yorks, if its only 6 like the last bag, I am going to buy a small bag of those so there are plenty. Wata wants to continue his dominance in the booth candy game.
It's well worth the time grilling, drinking and chatting (or BSing) with other head-fiers
Agreed. See all of you there.
This place is about 1/2 mile from my house, never been there personally.
I'm so down for all of this because FOOD.
But I did!
At CanJam SoCal two years ago, KBBQ was organized for few of us exhibitors but still ended up being like 20~ people. Divided up to a few people to a few different tables. One table had all newbies to KBBQ, asked one of them how was it afterwards and he said, "It was alright, little burnt." Meanwhile our table had a few of us who has KBBQ on the regular. And my boss at the time with his native Korean wife. Our experience was a little better...
I’ve gotten so used to ubiquitous Asian food, I pretty much forgot that Korean BBQ is actually rare outside LA and a few other big cities.
I went to a place once where we cooked our own food, I hated it. One of the worst dining experiences of my life, it was The Melting Pot in Irvine. All 3 of us hated the entire thing.
Oops did not see that
I’m there with family for the weekend. Would love to meet up with some head-fiers for bbq