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(YouTube)   Antisocial? Enjoy grilling your own variety of meats? This Taiwanese BBQ joint has you covered   (youtube.com) divider line
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2020-08-11 2:49:46 PM  
My local Korean BBQ joint has no problem with me taking a whole table and ordering 4 portions of meat just for myself. None whatsoever.
 
2020-08-11 3:03:56 PM  
Cheap-ass place doesn't even hire cooks!
Back in my day they'd cook the food at your table & toss it in your mouth.
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Hit me with another T-bone, Benny!
 
2020-08-11 3:24:30 PM  
Other than the QR code system there's plenty of single grilling like that in Japan.
 
2020-08-11 10:02:15 PM  
Here's a review of 焼肉 LIKE (yakiniku LIKE)
https://www.daisyyohoho.com/yakiniku-​l​ike/

google trans
https://translate.google.com/translat​e​?hl=en&sl=zh-TW&u=https://www.daisyyoh​oho.com/yakiniku-like/&prev=search&pto​=aue

The author says it does have seating for parties of 2 and 4 but specializes in single party marginal people,

See not all sad loners
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I was unable to tell if they offered any of the offal common at yakiniku places such as Kobukuro - Pork uterus. Enjoyed for its gristly texture.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yakinik​u
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horumon​y​aki
 
2020-08-12 12:38:11 PM  
Many many years ago, when I lived in Escondido, California, there was a restaurant like this in town.
I wonder if it is still there.
 
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