This upstairs-downstairs spot, with its tufted banquettes, seems eternally ready to host a wedding reception. The quality of both meat and banchan is standard, but many come for the all-you-can-eat barbecue buffet, which is DIY all the way. You can choose your own meat from the glass-front cooler, but pace yourself. If you leave anything behind, they’ll charge you for it. The lunch buffet is a bargain at $16.95, but know that the coveted LA galbi, sliced laterally across the bones, is reserved for dinner.