더김밥… * Closed on Mondays *
Opened in May 2017 on the ground floor of Western Village Square, on the southwest corner of Third Avenue and Western Avenue.
Kimbab Chunkuk = Kimbap Cheonguk = Kimbap Heaven.
Korean-run restaurant serving cheap rolls. Does large catering orders of rice rolls.
Zion Market is a relatively new but cramped Korean supermarket on the ground floor of the City Center mall on 6th Street. It is open seven days a week from 8:00 am to 12:00 midnight. This is a convenient place to buy fresh fruit, Korean snacks, live seafood, fresh produce, beer, and prepared food to go, such as kimbap. Zion Market has other branches in Buena Park, San Diego, Irvine and Cerritos.
Tofu & Noodles (두부랑국수랑) is a highly rated Korean restaurant that specializes in Daejeon-style dishes. Menu includes tofu stew, kalguksu (“knife” noodles), kimbap, bibimbap, and fried dumplings. HOURS OPEN Monday to Saturday, 10:00 am – 12:00 midnight Sunday, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Opened in late 2013 in the former space of Curry Hyang.
Saeng Saeng Gimbap (생생김밥) opened in the space formerly occupied by the decades-old Elephant (Kokkiri), which closed in late 2015. House specialty: kimbap
Namsan is a Korean restaurant that is popular for being open 24 hours. Menu includes gamjatang, bibimbap, kimbap and ddeokbokki. Located in the dingy strip mall known as Key Center on the northwest corner of 6th & Normandie. Sign says “Namsan Fusion Cafe.”
“Kimbap Udong” food stall inside the newly resurrected California Market on the northeast corner of Fifth Street and Western Avenue. Sells kimbap (rice rolls), udong (noodles in broth), and other simple Korean fare. 김밥 우동 가주 마켓 Open as of January 2016. The complex itself soft-opened on December 28, 2015. Staff very rude towards non-Koreans, especially women. Will prioritize Korean salarymen in terms of handling orders.