Located on Olympic by Catalina, Surawon is a Korean restaurant whose house specialty is Seolleong-tang.
Seongbukdong is a Korean restaurant whose specialty is 갈비찜 (galbi jjim). It is also famous for braised mackerel, galbi ttang, and kimchi jjigae. Open seven days a week, from around 10:00 am to midnight.
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… Lunch specials are available Monday to Friday, 11 am – 3 pm, except on holidays. Availability of menu items and prices are highly subject to change. Lunch specials $6.49 – $7.49 include soup and fried rice.
TenRaku is a Korean-run Japanese BBQ (Yakiniku) restaurant that touts its wagyu and hotpots. Listed in L.A. County Health Department files as “Ten-paku” not Tenraku. TEN-PAKU, 4177 W 3RD ST, LOS ANGELES, CA, 90020 Date Closed: September 21, 2012 Date Reopened: September 24, 2012 Reason for Closure: Vermin Harborage, Vermin Infestation Space formerly known as Nakzi Village.
Franchise of a South Korean restaurant chain whose specialty is beef intestines.
The Korean BBQ here is NOT low-quality AYCE (all you can eat).
Poorly rated location of the American burger chain Carl’s Jr.
This branch is open 24 hours a day and has a drive-thru.
Dong Il Jang is a long-standing Korean restaurant on 8th Street. Temporarily closed on Saturday the 1st of March 2014 due to heavy leaking from the rainstorm. Closed on Mondays. Open on other days from 11:30 am to 9:30 pm.
“The Chigae” is in the space formerly occupied by LA Family House. Jjigae is the Korean word for “stews” and that is what this Korean restaurant’s specialty is. Menu include spicy chicken stew and budaejjigae. “House of The Chigae” also has kimchi pancakes on its menu. 더찌개 (식당-한식)
Japanese-run sushi restaurant on Beverly Boulevard. On the menu: Truffle Kanpachi (amberjack), Asahi It’s your neighborhood hipster sushi hangout. Solid food at a reasonable price, and done in a more Japanese style than you’ll often find in our beloved Ktown. It’s cash only though, so be sure to carry paper. – Ryan M. For 30 years! NOSHI SUSHI 06/24/2016 90.0 RESTAURANT (61-150) SEATS