Longstanding Korean restaurant known for dumplings
A specialty Korean food store that sells jars of kimchi and bags of frozen handmade mandu (dumplings)
The Waba Grill restaurant chain opened its Wiltern Theater location on the Western Avenue side, south of Wilshire Boulevard, in 2016.
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.
Young King serves classic Korean-Chinese dishes like tangsuyuk (sweet-and-sour pork) and jajangmyeon (noodles with black bean sauce).
A vegetarian jajangmyeon can be ordered if desired.
This restaurant’s name is pronounced “Yeong Gyeong” in Korean.
A small Korean eatery inside the HK Supermarket on Western Avenue for eat-in and to-go.
Kimbap, dumplings, mandoo, bulgogi over rice…
Yoocheon is Korean restaurant whose specialty is chik naeng-myeon (cold noodles with the main ingredient being arrowroot, not the usual buckwheat).
The sign outside used to just plainly say “Dumplings.” Business hours most days are 11:00 am to 9:30 pm. Korean name: 천하만두 Chinese name: 包子之家 (House of Dumplings) Opened in January 2015 in the old space of Apples Bakery (aka Flour Etc) on 3rd Street.
PAOJAO is a Chinese-inspired food stall in Koreatown Plaza’s food court that serves dumplings and affordable bowls of jajangmyeon (noodles with black-bean sauce). Items on their menu include shrimp dumplings and also green-colored Chlorella (algae) buns. They also have large steamed buns filled with red bean. Known for bad service towards non-Koreans.