Also known as “Yang San Park,” Yangsanbak Korean BBQ is NOT an All-You-Can-Eat restaurant. A “combo” of quality meats and beverages for two people starts at $39.99. The house specialty has been sampgyeopsal (pork belly). Located in the dingy strip mall known as Key Center on the northwest corner of 6th & Normandie. Open seven days a week, 3:00 pm – 1:00 am.
Koreanized Chinese food for takeout and delivery. Also known as China Garden Restaurant / Hao Chi Kitchen China Bistro / Jinheungkag. “Hao Chi” is Mandarin for “delicious.” The order-taker on the phone isn’t able to understand English though.
Mansu (Man-su, Mansoo) Korean barbecue restaurant. Open seven days a week, 11:30 am – 8:30 pm.
Cuban hole-in-the-wall restaurant located just southeast of Koreatown proper. Menu includes garlic chicken, ropa vieja (shredded beef), breaded steaks with onions, medianoche sandwich (sweet pork sandwich), and mofongo (mashed plantains stuffed with chorizo). Beer and wine, Cuban sodas and juices…
Korean-Korean restaurant in North Koreatown that serves bossam and budaejjigae. Known for its somori-gukbap. Next to a place known for handies.
“Mandarin Chinese Restaurant” is a small eatery on the southwest corner of Olympic & Vermont. Koreanized Chinese food for takeout and delivery. Kungpao Chicken, Mongolian Beef, Szechuan Beef, Broccoli Beef…
Boon Arunee Thai has moved around the area a bit over the past eight or so years. From two (?) locations on Vermont to 6th & Alexandria, the restaurant is now located slightly outside of Koreatown’s formal borders as of August 2014. Lunch specials on workdays, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.
This location of the Chinese restaurant chain inside Koreatown Plaza is now independent of the others. Among the notable items of the menu are the Sino-Korean dish jajangmyeon (noodles in black-bean sauce), dumplings, fried rice, shark’s fin soup, and kung pao chicken.