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Izziban


5310 E. Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32807
​407-270-8811
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Since opening their first Izziban location on Sand Lake, the brand has expanded into the further reaches of Orlando to a Metro West location and an East Colonial location. We visited the East Colonial Izziban.

The Izziban "lakeside" location on East Colonial opened its doors in 2015 with a lakeside location that is very spacious and allows guests to get a true experience of Korean BBQ with a more social and engaging dinner experience.

Izziban offers both marinated and non marinated selections of meat, all steeped and cut in house that includes unlimited sushi, a variety of appetizers and a salad bar/buffet. There are three pricing options if going for the KBBQ, one option is $18.99 that includes 3 meats, next one is $21.99 for 10 meats, and finally $32.99 for 14 meats.

The $32.99 option includes filet mignon, ribeye steak, rib fingers and marinated sirloin to name a few. With all three options, you can request as much as you can eat, but do be forewarned, if you order another round of meat and fail to eat all of it, you will be penalized. A half pound of leftover meat will result in another $32.99 charge.

With the concept of "Banchan" meaning "side dishes" in Korean, Izziban provides the most flexible meal that everyone can enjoy. From varieties of meats to grill, to side dishes like gyoza, sushi, yakitori, Spring rolls, and all of the buffet items, there is something for everyone.

Even if grilling your meat at your table does not appeal to you, they have a very good selection of noodles, like Yaki Udon, Yaki Soba, Miso Ramen and a variety of specialty entrees. They serve Bibimbop, Katsu Curry, Bulgogi, Galbi and Bento Boxes as well as having a decent Sushi selection.

While we waited for our seats, we hung out at the bar and ordered some Spring Rolls with Thai Sweet Chili Sauce.

Speaking of the bar, they have an amazing selection of Korean beverages like Cass Fresh Beer, and Chum Churum Peach Soju. Soju is very similar to sake and is made from rice, but has more water and a higher alcohol content. What's even better is when you combine a Cass Fresh and a Peach Soju, and at Izziban they give you measured glasses just for that.

We opted for the $21.99 option with 10 meats, that also includes sides like these wonderfully pan fried Gyoza with a sweet and savory sesame dipping sauce.

The Volcano roll was pretty good, again this an included side dish, and you can have as much as you want and order a variety of different rolls.

A sampling of items available from the buffet....fried rice, fried calamari, sesame balls, and chicken skewers. They have all the miso and clear soups at the buffet plus a salad bar and dessert bar with a chocolate fountain.

Cooking Beef Brisket and Marinated Spicy Chicken on the BBQ grill. The $21.99 option includes Beef Brisket, Regular and Spicy Marinated Chicken, Fresh and Wine Pork Belly, Pork Jowl, Oyster Blade, Marinated Sirloin, Regular and Spicy Marinated Pork.

While each location has its own distinct appeal and personality apart from the others, all locations offer affordable lunch specials, unbelievable happy hour deals, and a full bar.

The All-You-Can-Eat menu and inclusive selections may differ by location and price options. The buffet selections may change seasonally and will only be included as a portion of the All-You-Can-Eat BBQ purchase.

Izziban East Colonial is open Monday to Sunday from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm, with various rotating specials and happy hours throughout the week.

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