Korean restaurant in a strip mall in North Koreatown. Health rating of B (83) as of 02/13/2013. Usually open seven days a week until 11:00 pm. HUNH POONG GOM TANG / HYUN POONG PARK SO SUN / 현풍박소선할매집곰탕 Menu includes kimchi-jjim, gamjatang (pork bone soup), dakdoritang (spicy chicken stew) and bossam.
One of the poorly rated food stalls in the Koreatown Galleria food court. Serves bibimbap and mandoo.
Highly rated Korean restaurant whose specialty is blowfish (what the Japanese call fugu). Bok means “blowfish” and the name “Dae Bok” sounds like it means “a large amount of luck” in Korean. Located just east of Koreatown proper, in the Westlake district. FISH CUISINE RESTAURANT 대복
Poorly rated Korean seafood restaurant serving oysters, halibut, blue crabs, live octopus, sea squirts, sashimi, hwedeobbap… 10/09/2012 92 A 06/06/2012 84 B 03/29/2012 90 A
Korean restaurant open 24 hours. Menu includes stir-fried squid, rabbokki, bibimbap, spicy galbijjim… Located on 8th & Catalina.
Gupojip / Gu Po Jib is a Korean restaurant on 8th & Berendo whose house specialty is mudfish (choo-wo). Has a thirty-year tradition of serving mudfish stew (chuotang), which is also available for takeout. Open until 9:00 pm on most days.
Sinulang All Kelang All-Family Restaurant” is located in southwest Koreatown. The Korean pronunciation of the restaurant’s name is “Shinoo-rahng, Olkeh-rahng”. “Sisters-in-law” in Korea have a notoriously difficult time together. This restaurant pokes fun at that. The restaurant’s two specialties are kalguksu (knife-cut noodles) and handmade mandoo (dumplings). In particular, the pat-kalguksu is a rare find in Koreatown. SHINURANG OLKERANG MENU Kimchi Dumpling Soup 8.99 Rice-Cake Dumpling Soup 7.99 Original Dumpling Soup 7.99 Deep-fried Dumplings 6.99 Boiled Dumplings 6.99 Hand-Cut Noodles in Hot Red-bean Broth 8.99 Kimchi Sujaebi 8.99 Tonkatsu (pork cutlet) 8.99 Pork Bulgogi 9.99 Jjolmyeon 7.99 Soondubu 7.99 Ddeokbokki 8.99 * Availability and prices of menu items are subject to change.
Samgye-tang is a chicken stew with ginseng. “sam” = ginseng “gye” = chicken “tang” = soup Young-yang Samgyetang Chicken soup with ginseng, sticky rice, chestnuts, jujube, garlic, scallions Young-gye Bek-sook Samgyetang without ginseng. Hanbang Samgyetang Milk-vetch root, antlers, wolfberry fruit, Korean angelica “Ot” Herb Samgyetang (not recommended for those with allergies) Jeonbok Samgyetang Samgyetang with abalone Basic menu items are 9.99 plus tax. This Korean restaurant has a license to serve beer and wine. Soju is $5.99. Prices subject to change. Open 11:30 am – 9:30 pm, Monday to Saturday. Closed on Sundays.
Korean restaurant specializing in fish, uni, live octopus, shrimp, and other seafood. Specialty is raw fish and agwi-jjim, a monkfish dish thought to have been created in the former city of Masan in the 1960s. Also serves 미더덕찜 (midodok-jjim) whose main ingredient is stalked sea-squirts from Korea.