Ubatuba Acai Bowls & Empanadas

Ubatuba Açai Bowls & Empanadas

Address: 549 S Western Ave
Phone Number: 213-388-8958

Açai bowls with frozen açai in the bottom and toppings such as dried coconut shavings, goji berries, dates, and hemp seeds.

“Beyond Meat” available as of 2019.

Denny's by the Wiltern

Denny’s – Wilshire

Address: 3750 Wilshire Blvd
Phone Number: 213-384-1621

American diner chain on Wilshire & Oxford across the street from CVS

Zzamong

Zzamong

Address: 4255 W 3rd St
Phone Number: (213) 739-2747

Takeout and Free Delivery.

Open seven days a week, 11:00 am – 9:00 pm.

On the menu: jjajangmyun (noodles in black sauce), pan-fried beef dumplings, vegetable spring rolls, boiled pork dumplings…

Paris Baguette Cafe at Madang Mall

Paris Baguette @ Madang

Address: 621 S Western Ave
Phone Number: (213) 368-0404

This second Paris Baguette location on Western Avenue is just a few steps north of Wilshire Boulevard. It is inside the Madang Courtyard complex.

Korean-style croquettes, red-bean pastries, Congolais (French macaroons), Parisian macarons, blueberry pies, sweet-potato cake…

Miari Noodle House on Olympic

Miari Noodle House

Address: 3224 W Olympic Blvd
Phone Number: (323) 735-0647

Korean restaurant specializing in handmade knife-cut noodles (kalguksu)

Cafe Jack

Address: 508 S Western Ave
Phone Number: (213) 365-8882

Inspired by the movie Titanic, this iconic Ktown cafe is on a ship.

Leonardo di Caprio’s character in the film was named… Jack.

Denny’s – Vermont

Address: 635 S Vermont Ave
Phone Number: (213) 386-3427

American diner chain located on Vermont, just north of Wilshire. The lot was sold to developers in April 2015 at a price of approximately $ 11,500,000.

The other Denny’s in Koreatown is located on Wilshire & Oxford, a block east of Western.

Young King Restaurant

Address: 3100 W Olympic Blvd
Phone Number: (213) 487-6154

Young King serves classic Korean-Chinese dishes like tangsuyuk (sweet-and-sour pork) and jajangmyeon (noodles with black bean sauce).

A vegetarian jajangmyeon can be ordered if desired.

This restaurant’s name is pronounced “Yeong Gyeong” in Korean.

In 2010, the Los Angeles City Council formally declared Koreatown's borders as Western Avenue, Olympic Boulevard, Vermont Avenue, and 3rd Street, with a business corridor on Western from 3rd to Rosewood Avenue.