Korean BBQ -- aka Gogigui
What it is:
As opposed to a regular BBQ, K-style grilling is neither done stubbornly in the driving rain, nor even outdoors at all. The grill is traditionally built into the table, though you can relax, your server will cook it all for you, to your taste of course. The most common dish is Bulgogi -- thinly sliced beef tenderloin or sirloin, which has been swimming in a delicious bath of soy sauce, garlic, pepper, sesame oil, and sugar.
Where to get it:
Make the pilgrimage to Cah-Chi by Wimbledon, and have everything from beef ribs to pork belly marinaded in their house sauce, and scorched to your liking.