That is the real reason we visited: the smell of succulent meat enveloping us in its loveliness and then-the only thing that could be better-its flavor, wrapped in a crisp leaf of lettuce, and dipped ever so lightly in sesame oil, bean paste, or bibimbap chili sauce. We were also here to share the experience with a group of six friends, so we could get as much meat possible and have intelligent, entertaining people to talk to as we drooled and noshed. We ordered the "B.B.Q. Set A" for $89, which comes with cha dol (brisket), galbi (beef ribs), bulgogi (marinated aged beef), joo mool luck (boneless ribs), and chicken bulgogi. All items are available individually, but we passed on that, because variety is the key. We asked our extraordinarily friendly and patient server if we could trade out the chicken bulgogi for the pork belly, because, well, we love pork belly a lot more than we love yardbirds.