This is the Ham Ji Bak “Daughter” restaurant on 6th by Catalina. 함지박딸 (식당-한식) The original HamJiPark location is in Southwest Koreatown, at 4135 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90019. Specialties: pork neck BBQ, spare ribs, gamjatang Open seven days a week. Monday to Saturday, 11:00 am to 10:00 pm. Sunday, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Movie location: Blackhat (2015) film Suite 101C
Korean restaurant whose specialty is bossam.
Took over the space of the original Melrose Cafe in late 2017.
Located just a few steps west of Western Avenue.
Mexican restaurant devoted to the regional cuisine of Oaxaca.
Ham Ji Park is a Korean restaurant located just southwest of Koreatown proper. Its offshoot “Hamjibak – Daughter” is located on 6th Street. Specialty is pork galbi. Also on the menu: Gamjatang. HAMJI BAK. HAMJI PARK RESTAURANT. 함지박 Closed on Sundays. Open Monday to Saturday, 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Chosun Galbi is a relatively upscale Korean barbecue restaurant for the Koreatown area.
Located on Olympic Boulevard, about a block west Koreatown’s formal border of Western Avenue.
Open seven days a week, 11:00 am – 11:00 pm.
Woo is the Sino-Korean word for “Cow” while Gook means “Country” — Ookook can be translated as “Cow Nation” or “Cattle Country”. All-You-Can-Eat (AYCE) is $25. Prices and availability of items are subject to change. Options include fresh in-shell shrimp, beef, and duck breast meat.
전주돌솥 2716 W Olympic Blvd #101 Los Angeles, CA 90006 NOTICE: There was a fire on the second floor of the strip mall where Jeonju is located on Thanksgiving Day 2013. Make sure to call before you go to check if they’ve opened already. Jeon Ju Restaurant serves dolsot bibimbap (sizzling rice bowls) and doenjang chigae (soybean-paste stew). Side dishes usually include three types of kimchi and acorn jelly. Jeonju is the name of the capital city of North Jeolla Province in South Korea. It is known for its bibimbap.
This is the original Moo Dae Po KBBQ Restaurant on Vermont Avenue. (Moodaepo II is on 7th Street.)