Someone suggested we go for All-You-Can-Eat Korean Barbecue in Los Angeles, so we found Gen Korean BBQ through Yelp.
Side dishes from top: oisobagi (cucumber kimchi), baechu kimchi (napa cabbage kimchi), pickled bamboo, chonggak kimchi (daikon kimchi) and mashed potatoes.
The side dishes were good - especially the mashed potatoes.
Fried Dumplings (gyoza) and Korean Fried Chicken
The Korean Fried Chicken was good - definitely worth ordering again even if there wasn't a lot of white meat. The gyoza were okay.
Beef and pork on the grill
Veggies, squid and more beef!
The tofu was a little old and you could tell based on the texture which was grainy and not very smooth.
Overall: A very filling meal on our way to LA - a pretty good KBBQ experience, but I've had better. The fans really helped the air circulation and we didn't smell like BBQ when we left.