The beef platter ($30) has short rib, beef loin and beef brisket while the combination platter, ($28) has marinated chicken, pork belly and short rib. My personal favorite has to be a tie between the tender, juicy chicken thigh and the melt-in-your-mouth pork belly. <3 And the king oyster mushrooms tasted so good grilled. Wish they'd given us more.

There were 4-5 types of free-flow banchan. The kimchi was a tad too spicy for me, but they also had these boiled baby potatoes with a sweet sauce that was spot-on. I also liked the spinach salad.

There are both electric and charcoal grills available; we had the electric grill because we wanted to sit indoors. Staff are efficient, with food coming quickly and the waiters refilling water and banchans quickly when we called for their attention. There are better Kbbq places out there, but I think Gaia is still a good option if one is out in Holland Village and craving Korean flavors.


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