Two of us went for a late lunch on a Saturday. We weren't the only ones who had the same idea. We waited about 35 minutes for our table which gave us 'first time Gen BBQer's' time to peruse the menu. This is an All You Can Eat restaurant where you cook your meat on a grill set in the middle of the table. You select your meat choices from a menu with about 15-20 different raw meat preparations, ordering a max of 4 meat items at a time. That's a good number of items as the grill won't crisp the meat if you overload it. It's a temptation for dump everything onto the grill at one time; would recommend doing that with 2-3 orders at a time. The meat, mostly marinated and thinly sliced cooks pretty fast. We had an order of Brisket, Bulgogi Pork and two orders of the Short Ribs Fingers. I was expecting the Pork to be marinated in a sweet soy base, however it came to the table in a red paste which looked fiery hot. Tried eating it cooked to med-well, but it was too chili hot; cooking it to well tamed it down and it was a good combo with the Brisket. We copied another table who had Rice Noodle sheets (instead of steamed Rice). The idea is to use a sheet to make a 'taco-like' preparation; i.e. meat, dipping sauce and lettuce. It was really good. We also ordered fried calamari which had been crisply fried by the kitchen. .Checking out the nearby tables, we were in the minor league as far as what we were able to consume. Going to fast before coming the next time. For dessert, go next door to POPBAR. They make fruit ice cream, yogurt or Sorbet bars that can be dipped and/or rolled in nuts. All versions are made with whole fruit so the flavors are so true. We had a strawberry dipped in dark chocolate and a guava with white chocolate drizzle with Pistachios. Might have to have one before eating at Gen the next time and one after for dessert.
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