Deli-In serves authentic Salvadoran food, including pupusas of course! “COREANO QUE PREPARA PUPUSAS” Korean who makes the iconic Salvadoran food item. Menu includes tacos de asada and carne deshebrada, and American-style sandwiches. BUSINESS HOURS Mon 8:00 am – 7:30 pm Tue 8:00 am – 7:30 pm Wed 8:00 am – 7:30 pm Thu 8:00 am – 7:30 pm Fri 8:00 am – 7:30 pm Sat 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Sun Closed Address: 3456 1/2 Wilshire Boulevard Languages spoken: Spanish, Portuguese, English, Korean Langer’s Deli
Subway franchise sandwich shop at the Wilshire Gramercy Plaza Shopping Center
A small, casual Philippine restaurant in the New Filipinotown area, on Vermont Avenue, just north of Third Street.
Regular Hours: 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Tiny place on the second floor of City Center on Sixth.
Source for Filipino food just northeast of Koreatown proper in the area Yelp refers to as Westlake.
Menu includes Pancit, Crispy Pata and Kare-Kare.
Filipino restaurant on the northwest corner of 3rd & Vermont in North Koreatown.
Check the hours and menu here. Adobo, Igado, Pinakbet, Sinigang…
Took over the space of the original Melrose Cafe in late 2017.
Located just a few steps west of Western Avenue.
Nak Won House is a Korean restaurant known for being open 24 hours everyday. It is right next to Hodori, a similar eatery also open 24 hours. The Next Iron Chef (Food Network) filmed at Nakwon for Season 2’s Episode 3, which first aired on October 18, 2009. The Korean dish featured was DolSot Bibimbap, and had Nate Appleman (Executive Chef and partner, Pulino’s Bar and Pizzeria, New York City) and Seamus Mullen (Executive Chef and partner, Boqueria Flatiron and Boqueria Soho, New York City) competing. Appleman won. BREAKFAST SPECIALS as of January 2013 From 6:00 to 11:00 AM, $4.99 Seolleongtang, Haejangguk, Ddeok-mandu-guk LUNCH SPECIALS, 11 AM – 3 PM, $5.99 Dwenjang-jjigae, Mul Naengmyeon, Ddeokbbokki, Soon-dubu, Ddeok-mandu, Curry Rice 10% […]
Sabores Oaxaqueños is a Mexican restaurant devoted to the regional cuisine of Oaxaca. The menu prominently includes tlayudas, tamales, memelas, horchata, and agua de chilacayote. There are vegetarian options such as enchiladas. Oaxacan products are on sale to take home such as chapulines (grasshoppers), quesillo (special cheese), and chorizo (sausages). Several television screens for watching fútbol (soccer). The owners are brothers Germán and Valentín Granja, who graciously posed for the photos above. DESAYUNOS/BREAKFAST Huevos Revueltos con Jamon Scrambled Eggs with Ham Huevos Revueltos con Chorizo Scrambled Eggs with Oaxacan Sausage CALDOS/SOUPS Caldo de Pollo con Arroz Chicken and Rice Soup Caldo de Res Beef Soup with Chayote, Potatoes and Green Beans OAXACAN SPECIALTIES Tlayuda con Chorizo, Tasajo, Cecina o Quesillo Mexican […]