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Looking for "mongolian barbecue" in S.F.

SFvalkyrie | Jan 17, 200202:44 AM     13

I'm originally from Sacramento (not that I'd admit that in public!) and fell in love there with "mongolian barbecue." These are the places where you have a buffet of raw meats, veggies, sauces, etc. that you pile into your bowl, then it hand off to the chef, who cooks your food on a large flat circular "barbecue" with a fancy show-off style. Then they scoop your food into a clean bowl, and you're off to your table, where soup & rice await you.

I haven't found anything like this in San Francisco. The "hot pot" places aren't quite the same, because you have to cook the food yourself, I can stay home & do that! Any ideas?

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