The Moo Kata Pork Barbecue brings together the popular Chinese hot-pots and Korean BBQ to create the Thai pork skillet. The top grill is used to barbecue marinated meats (not just pork) while the surrounding edge boils a delicious soup with veg, noodles and meats. Moo kata is very hands-on as customers grill and boil their own ingredients to mix with a chilli dip. Skills with chopsticks preferred. These open-air barbecues begin in the evenings and are not air-conditioned (fans) so expect to get hot and sticky.
The Moo Kata Pork Barbecue is popular among locals and chances are there will be one in your area (ask at hotel). A popular hangout in Sukhumvit is near On Nut BTS next to Imm Fusion Hotel. Generally come as all you can eat buffets at 109 baht per person (199 baht including seafood). This includes a variety of sides of spicy salads, noodle and rice dishes and Thai deserts and ice-cream.