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Castle II Korean BBQ AYCE

they say that if you ever visit los angeles, you shouldn’t miss stopping by at any korean bbq all you can eat resto. not only is it cheap but the quality and variety of meat is impressive. the resto we picked didn’t have a very decent sign from outside. a very loud music was also booming from outside that will make anyone deaf. i guess it’s the restaurant’s way to advertise itself through loud and distracting music. we waited around fifteen minutes before we got a table considering it was lunch time on a work day. we chose set c which had 16 options of meat, the most options of meat they had for $15.99. the bad thing i didn’t like about this place is customers are limited to 4 meats per order. we probably ordered almost all in their menu except for three items. 

1. Beef Brisket 
2. Sliced Pork 
3. Chicken with marinate
4. Pork Chop with marinate
5. Sliced Beef with marinate
6. Squid with marinate  
7. Beef Intestine 
8. Sliced Beef 
9. Pork Steak 
10. Spicy Sliced Pork 
11. Beef Tongue 
12. Skewer Fresh Steak 
13. Boneless Ribs 
14. LA Short Ribs 
15. Shrimp with marinate
16. Boneless Ribs with marinate

the beef brisket was like bacon. i like it the most maybe because it was so easy to eat. i enjoyed the squid and shrimp too. the sliced pork, boneless ribs and steak were good too. after our last order, i felt i had too much already that it was difficult for me to finish the food even though i barely touched my rice.

Castle II Korean BBQ
3600 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90010

Verdict: 4/5 (-1 for limiting customers to order 4 meats per batch)