Most of the cooking is done on a grooved and tilted cast-iron griddle. The main draw is the all-you-can-eat barbecue — $14.99 buys you an unlimited supply of pork belly, sliced brisket and bibimbap. You receive a family-size bowl of vegetable and bean soup, which one diner dubbed "Korean minestrone." Rice cake wrappers and slices of daikon are served along with lightly dressed lettuce, some assorted banchan, and an array of dipping sauces for your meats. The meat is better at Honey Pig, but Iron Age is less expensive and more fun.