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    "When talking about KBBQ in the Bay Area, the strip mall-located Jang Su Jang is oft-cited as the best — it's even a Michelin-recommended restaurant. And yes, it's definitely good."
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    "Han Il Kwan's meat is the most tender. It's still worth it at $30 for the quality and experience, which make it a definite step above the others on this list."
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    "Jang Soo doesn't mess around — the restaurant, established in 1952, sources ingredients from its garden in San Rafael and makes its own Korean miso, soy sauce, and hot chili pastes."
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    "Of the all-you-can-eat, YakiniQ takes the cake. It's a no frills-experience in a smoke-filled, raucous room, which really shines during the late night hours."
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    "SPAM is one of the grill options here. "Gogi" means "meat" in Korean, which is the appropriate moniker for this $27 all-you-can-eat carnivorous meal."
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    · Oakland, Estados Unidos
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    "The real fun here lies in the broth, which becomes addictive after the meat cooks, and keeps everything juicy. Beware inattentive service."
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