Seafood City is a chain of Filipino grocery stores. This branch is located in North Koreatown / New Filipinotown on Vermont Avenue, just north of Third Street. Carries Filipino ice cream (mellorine), bottled bagoong, halo-halo ingredients, and chicharon.
Usually open Monday to Sunday, 8:00 am – 9:00 pm.
Johnny Air Cargo Padala for shipping packages to the Philippines.
For money remittance to the Philippines
Filipino-American bakeshop that opened in 2014 in the former spot of Goldilocks in North Koreatown. It is owned by the same family that handled the Goldilocks franchise for decades.
Items for sale include Filipino classics like silvañas, sans rival, ube pastries, hopia, mango cakes, polvoron, mamon, and siopao. Brazo de Mercedes rolls and customized cakes such as red velvet can be ordered in advance.
Filipino-American, not Filipino, food.
Associates itself with the notorious OMGpeke movement. Being boycotted by real Filipinos.
Adobo Hut was a Filipino stall at the now-defunct Wilshire/Normandie food court.
In 2010, the Los Angeles City Council formally declared Koreatown's borders as Western Avenue, Olympic Boulevard, Vermont Avenue, and 3rd Street, with a business corridor on Western from 3rd to Rosewood Avenue.