Dajeong is a small Korean eatery specializing in Jeon.
Korean restaurant whose specialty is 갈비찜 (galbi jjim)
Donkasu is the Korean name for the Japanese tonkatsu, which means pork cutlet. Wako is famous for letting you grind your own sesame seeds to make the sauce for your tonkatsu. Open from 12 noon to 9:00 pm, seven days a week. This location on Olympic is open normal hours on Christmas Day, though the other Wako Donkasu location, which is on Wilshire at the Brown Derby Plaza, is closed.
Korean dive bar/pub with a solid restaurant known for chicken and beers.
Has been in business for more than a decade!
Calls itself a “Healthy Zone” because MSG is not used in any of the dishes. Serves jook (traditional Korean porridge). Since 2002. Danpat Juk (red-bean porridge) Hobak Juk (squash porridge) Heuk-imja Juk (black-sesame porridge) Jat Juk (pine-nut porridge) Jumok Bap (rice balls) Jeonbok Miyeok Guk (abalone and seaweed soup) Parking is on the grounds of Hobart Boulevard Elementary School. Open Monday to Saturday, 7:00 am – 10:00 pm. Closed on Sundays.
Thai restaurant on the the second floor of the mini-mall on the southwest corner of Western Avenue and 3rd Street.
Second location of the Korean charcoal BBQ restaurant Bak Kung that’s been going strong on Olympic.
As of August 2016, their menu includes $15.99 and $20.99 and $29.99 all-you-can-eat options. Lunch also often has an $11.99 option.
Prices are subject to change!
Hours Open: Most days, 11:00 am – 12:00 midnight.
Dine In, Pick Up, Delivery
Bakkung… Bak Kung. The Korean pronunciation is actually “Behk-goong” (baek-gung). The name means “White Palace.”
Specialty: Charcoal Barbecue