Eatery - Cham Sut Gol (CA)

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9252 Garden Grove Blvd, Ste 10, Garden Grove, CA 92842
Pricing - $$/$$$ | Dining - Casual | Cuisine -  Korean, Barbecue

This restaurant has more to offer than their all-you-can-eat barbecue but who wants to go to Cham Sut Gol to have anything other than the brisket? For $16.99 (as of this post), you can get as much as you want of the beef brisket, pork belly, spicy pork bbq, beef, bbq, and chicken bbq with unlimited side dishes and a choice of three different starters. Awesome. My friends and I came here after craving some Korean bbq since it had been quite a while. We were seated immediately to our pleasure.

The choice of starters is egg pot, tofu soup, or bean paste soup, the tastes of which are respectively ordered from best to worst. There is also a nice big bowl of salad for the whole table. 


So the first to come out is the brisket which is nicely thinly sliced. There's a central grill plate to cook all the meats and tons of awesome side dishes. I particularly like the rice paper and almost cannot eat the meat without it! I also tremendously enjoy the seasoned glass noodles, sesame oil soybean sprouts, and the radish kimchi. 

Of all the meats, we ate the most of the brisket. The chicken generally takes too long to cook and ravenous eaters don't like waiting! The beef bbq is really good too though but I didn't know if others at the table wanted me to order more. The spicy pork bbq is okay and so is the pork belly. The brisket was definitely the star and mmm was it delicious!

I like that you get to cook your own meats at your own pace here when you come. The ice cream at the end is pretty neat too; unfortunately, my green tea ice cream tasted like lime. Weird. I do know that every time I come here though, I will smell like Korean bbq for a while because the odor and the oils get into everyone's clothes (and for girls, their long hair). At least it's a pleasant smell. As always, good job to the restaurant for meaty deliciousness.