One of the Korean stalls inside Koreatown Plaza’s food court.
Newest addition to the City Eats food court on the second floor of the City Center mall on 6th Street. Offshoot of the original “cafe” on 8th & Berendo. Also prominent on the menu: jeonbokjook (abalone porridge)
Basic Korean dishes in the “City Eats” food court on the second floor of the City Center mall on 6th Street.
ChilboMyunok serves Korean noodles at the “City Eats” food court on the second floor of the City Center mall on 6th & Alexandria. There had been for many years a large sit-down restaurant also known as Chilbo Myunok a few blocks west on 6th & Kingsley.
Chinese-Korean dishes inside the Galleria food court on Vermont Avenue, near 5th Street.
Stall located in the Koreatown Plaza food court. Serves many popular Korean dishes, including galbitang, bulgogi, altang, gomtang and bibim naengmyeon.
Food stall that opened inside the Koreatown Plaza food court in early 2015.
Mannaria is one of the eateries at the food court on the third floor of Koreatown Galleria. Their menu includes ddeokbokki, kimbap, rabokki, omurice, shrimp fried rice, and kimchi fried rice. Open 11 am – 7 pm daily.
Seoul Soondae House serves traditional Korean blood sausages. This stall is located in the food court of Koreatown Plaza on Western Avenue. (There had been another restaurant called Seoul Soondae House on 6th Street at Alexandria Plaza). Closes by 8:30 or earlier on most days.