Promising to take the all-you-can-eat-dining concept to the next level, Hanu Korean BBQ has an opening date set for the launch of its “KBBQ 2.0” menu in Chinatown.
Replacing the 11-year old Dae Jang Keum Korean BBQ & Tofu Restaurant at The Center at Spring Mountain, Hanu will debut on Dec. 1, a short distance from another newcomer almost ready to open its doors, Southern California’s 7 Leaves Cafe.
The new restaurant is an expansion for the southwest’s Jjanga Steak & Sushi, a popular choice for its own all-you-can eat sushi and sashimi selections.
On Spring Mountain, Hanu will will be open daily from 11.30 a.m to 3 a.m., serving a menu of “premium meats and seafood.”
Among the options already previewed, three different soups, steamed egg with cheese, tortillas, bibimbap, bao buns, scallops, noodles, rib-eye steak, kalbi, coconut shrimp, beef and pork cuts, rice, lettuce or radish wraps, desserts, and the “pancake of the day.”
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