A new Korean barbecue joint called Matjoa has made its debut at 3580 Ulmerton Rd. in Clearwater. You can order items off the menu or go rogue with the all-you-can-eat option.
Try to take down as much meat within a two-hour limit. But just a heads up, if one person orders AYCE, everyone must order AYCE. Leftovers from the all you can eat option cannot be carried home, and children from age 4-9 get half-off from the original all you can eat price.
Other rules for AYCE include a maximum of three types of meat at a time and there will be an extra charge on excessive leftover food to prevent excess food waste. Options for AYCE range from $24.95-$29.95.
Appetizers include vegetable dumplings, kimchi, seafood pancakes, bulgogi bao buns, jumbo Korean-style corn dogs, Korean spicy fried chicken wings, and a Tuna Island bowl.
The restaurant also has a handful of rice and noodle bowls, stir-fry dishes and combo meals. There's a fat plate of Korean bbq marinated short ribs with white and green onion for $25.95.
Need some booze while you take down the all-you-can-eat options? Matjoa pours up craft beers, cocktails and soju cocktails.
Hours for the new restaurant are 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday.
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