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International Smokeless BBQ

Susan H | Aug 25, 2003 03:20 PM

It had been a while, but we went to the International Smokeless BBQ (in the 7th and Washington shopping center, on the right as you drive in) on Friday night. Wonderful as always. We ordered one combo and one BBQ for the three of us (teenage son doesn't do the hot pot). The hot pot of broth goes in the center of the circular grill in the middle of the table, and you grill the other stuff around the sides. The hot pot plate had crab claw clusters, mussels, clams, shrimp, scallops, fish, a few pork slices, a green (cilantro, maybe), fish balls, and cellophane noodles. They keep refilling the pot with broth as you eat/drink it. Not too salty, either. The BBQ tray has about 12 segments: beef, pork, bacon, chicken, squid, shrimp (we put about half of them into the hot pot and it added a nice kick), lamb chop pieces, tripe (we passed on that), onions, taro (we haven't figured out how to make these edible -- maybe we'll try them in the hot pot next time) and zucchini. There's a "salad bar" with lettuce, about 7 sauces, kimchee (a bit sweet and not hot enough for our taste, but still good), seaweed. They also brought out two "extras" -- two orders of shrimp paste on sugar cane, and a papaya/shrimp salad. Great meal.

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