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- 86%Family Travelers
- 75%Luxury Travelers
- 74%Local Culture
- 62%Business Travelers
- 51%Nightlife Lovers
Member Reviews (5)
- Oo-KookMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 14Nov 06, 2013
ot together with some close yelp friends to check out this popular place.
The price is around $25 and it's AYCE kbbq! It's a bit pricey but I promise you that the quality of the meat won't disappoint you. There's variety of meat to choose from and they also serve shrimp, octopus and duck!
SERVICE:Super fast! They did a great job with filling our waters, bringing us meat and lots and lots of sojus. We sat near the serving station so that might have been a factor to our great service... And our drunk friend was pretty good with getting their attention everytime they passed us...
The place gets pretty crowded so we showed up around 6pm. Got sat 15-20min later... Not bad.
Parking: $2 valet or street parking
- Oo-KookCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4First to ReviewOct 18, 2013
I came here with my food group. Made a reservation for 35+ and they were soo accommodating! The KBBQ was delicious!!! Very good quality meats. It was around 25$/person. They thought it was someone’s birthday so they went ahead and gave us 4 free bottles of beer!! Pretty sweet! I highly recommend this to those who enjoy good quality AYCE kbbq!!
- Oo-KookMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesAdventure Travelers+ 1Dec 01, 2012
My new favourite AYCE place! At $25, it is a tad pricier than other AYCE places, but the meats are noticeably higher in quality, and the banchan was good. Service was par for the course for a Korean restaurant - somewhat short, but pretty efficient. There was a bit of a wait, but that too is par for the course for AYCE places on a weekend night.
- Oo-KookNov 12, 2012
Came to check out a new place. Took a chance without reading any reviews.
Came during Sunday lunch. It was busy.
We sat in the back corner.
We select the choice meats. It was decent. Hard to tell it was Kobe.
The entire time we had to ask for things several times.
And no egg soup. Wtf??
At least they have bean paste soup
Service sucked. But only 25 per person.
- Oo-KookOct 01, 2012
After asking around about AYCE Korean BBQ joints. I was recommended Oo-Kook and Hae Jang Chon. After finding out that the wait for Hae Jang Chon was over an hour long at 5:45pm, the bf and I decided to try Oo-Kook instead.
There was little to no wait at Oo-Kook but the price for AYCE is $25 which is a little pricier then the surrounding AYCE korean bbq restaurants. Although, the premium meats were some of the freshest I've tasted and the customer service was superb. We don't speak korean and i find that often times when you don't the waiters will have a hard time understanding what you are requesting or completely ignore you. This was never the case at Oo-Kook. We were served constantly and our water glasses were constantly refilled as well. I also love that they have shrimp as one of their BBQ items. Note* $2 valet so bring some cash!