Laos: Last night, or a couple nights ago, we went to a BBQ place called Han Sindad. (We called it Handsome Dad.) We cooked our own food on a metal piece over a very unstable brazier filled with hot coals. The metal piece was a circle, which then dipped down into a bowl. It then rose up to meet from all sides in a protrusion with little slits to let heat through.
They gave us a variety of veggies, along with a small dish of kimchi and a pot of hot sauce we lovingly named "The Devil's Vacation." That was a nod to an even hotter sauce we had consumed at a Belgian restaurant called "The Devil's Work."
Our first plate was a mix of pork, chicken, beef, and a piece of pork fat to lubricate the grill. We would then place our meat on the little heat slits. After a bit, we started to get a little more creative with the forms of cooking our meat. I would use the sauce to lubricate my meat and cook it, caramelizing and spicing up the meat in the process. We would serve the meat to Mom and Dad and they would judge it. We then went home and slept like a rock.