Anyone who has dined at a Korean BBQ would agree that it is an eating marathon. Palsaik Samgyupsal Korean BBQ located in Koreatown on South Western avenue between West 8th and 9th street, is the perfect place for the full Korean BBQ experience. Its name roughly translates to “8 Colors of Pork”, which refers to the eight flavors of pork belly guests will eat at the communal table outfitted with a grill and stovetop range. The eight flavors cover the entire gamut of taste from sweet to salty, so diners are sure to find something that suits their taste. Guests are not required to cook their own dinner; the friendly servers grill the pork belly and prepare the seafood soup tableside. Dinner is also accompanied by the traditional Korean condiments, including pickled diakon root, bean paste, and kimchi. After all the pieces of pork belly are devoured, the server will create a spicy fried rice with the remaining seafood soup, kimchi, and any other leftover scraps for round two of the meal. Begin a dinner at Palsaik Samgyupsal with a few shots of Soju, and guests will quickly be on their way to pork belly heaven.