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Birthday Celebration At OZ Korean BBQ Elk Grove

BIRTHDAY DINNER....

It was a Big Day for my nephew and he requested Korean BBQ for dinner.  His favourite Korean place is at The OZ Elk Grove, basically the reason is that they serve endless plates of meat provided that they are finished and not wasted.  Yes, it is kind of a buffet style and we can just order the food from their menu.  And for someone who celebrates their birthday there, they will be serenaded with a birthday song by the staff and presented with a cake for and a free drink on the house.  Oh, the cake is "fake"... just for the birthday guy to blow the candle out only... LOL... Of course, my nephew did not want any "outstanding" ovation... however....
This is the place at the entrance...
And we waited for the birthday boy to arrive.... 
While waiting to be seated... as usual... we must have these... 
For dinner buffet, it cost around $23.99 per pax...
Comes with 2 appetizers, 3 protein grills and vegetables... 
*endless orders provided all are eaten and cleared*
House salad, side dishes and rice are included....
And the cooking began.... 
Calamari, beef, chicken, prawns, prime ribs.... 
And he likes to do all the cooking and serving us.... 
Melon Margarita for me... 
And half way through the dinner... 
Happy Birthday to you... x4....


Comments

  1. Happy birthday to your nephew, i like to eat korean bbq as i am a meat person

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  2. oops somehow the staff found out and gave your nephew a standing ovation. hope the birthday boy enjoyed his meal and happy birthday to him!

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  3. Endless plates of meat...that is the best birthday gift ever. :D

    Anyway happy birthday to your nephew. :)

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  4. My girl and the mum would love this place. I'm not so into Korean. Happy Birthday to your handsome nephew.

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  5. Happy birthday to your nephew! Nice Korean buffet.

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  6. Happy Blessed Birthday to your nephew...

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