Whoever said less is more definitely never dined at GEN Korean BBQ House, a chain of all-you-can-eat yakiniku restaurants from California that made its debut in February 2016 and started teasing, “Wait for us, Hawaii” and “We can’t wait to MEAT you”.
The huge space, site of the former Tsukiji Fish Market and Restaurant, filled up at its opening and drew huge crowds all weekend.
The restaurant prides itself on offering traditional Korean BBQ with a twist of contemporary flavors.
It’s award winning architecture and interior design provide the perfect backdrop for a feast with friends and family.
Diners order from an extensive menu, then watch food sizzle as they feast.
Customers can eat their fill because GEN Korean BBQ House is known for reasonable prices.
Even with the expected price premiums for Hawaii, the all-you-can eat $16.99 lunch is a great bargain.
Tables are held to a two-hour time limit and you can order up to four meat selections at a time per grill.
Four orders of meat actually fill up one grill perfectly, and you can order one round after another.
GEN Korean BBQ House has a special for Thanksgiving Day.
They will be offering the first 100 guests (not including reservations) the lunch price of $16.99 during dinner with a menu of 35 options.