When you order from the barbeque menu at Koba, you will be told that you will do the cooking. There’s a really hot plate that sits at the middle of your table, which is fired up by a gas hob underneath. Then they bring your selection of meat and/or seafood, raw, which you then grill on the hot plate.
Should you order the modeum (assortment), it is quite tempting to grill everything at the same time but I recommend that you don’t. Put only what you will be eating immediately. The staff at Koba will happily recommend the sequence of what you grill and eat. For some people who haven’t experienced ‘hotpot’ dining at Koba’s could be quite an experience. But apart from the cook-it-yourself concept, you also get to enjoy the delights of Korean cuisine. My personal favourites are the Korean pancakes. But don’t expect large portions, they are a bit overpriced in relation with the price you pay (as some would probably expect).