This is the Ralphs by the Wiltern Theater on Western Avenue, just south of Wilshire Boulevard. You can enter via Western Avenue or Oxford Avenue.
The old Gaju Market on the northeast corner of 5th & Western is back!
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.
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
Specializes in roasting whole pigs and chickens Filipino-style.
Must order about three to five days in advance. Cash payment only. Upon pick up.
A hit during Thanksgiving!
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…
Filipino fast-food chain restaurant with many outlets around the world. This branch on Beverly Boulevard is just northeast of Koreatown proper. (Yelp refers to this area as East Hollywood.)
Red Ribbon is a Filipino bakeshop that’s a popular franchise in the Philippines.
This location in North Koreatown does NOT serve meals like pancit palabok; it only sells cakes, breads and pastries to take home, such as pandesal, mamon, empanadas, ube macapuno cakes, mango sponge rolls, and ensaymada.