Specializes in the malodorous Korean stew called cheonggukjang.
Korean restaurant in North Koreatown that serves bossam and budaejjigae
숯불집: Korean restaurant known for its old-fashioned charcoal BBQ.
Be prepared for the smoke from the charcoal. Do not wear new clothes.
This is NOT an all-you-can-eat place.
Last call: 10:20 pm
This restaurant’s signature dish is Soon Tofu (soondubu), which is soft tofu in a stone pot with broth and a choice of meat, seafood, and fresh vegetables. For drinks, Beverly Soondubu / Soontofu House serves Bokbunja, Soju, Makgeoli, Sansachun, and Korean beers such as Hite and OB.
Korean restaurant at Waa Waa Plaza, by Paris Baguette and Boba Time.
Menu is focused on Korean-style grilled fish dishes.
Franchise of a South Korean restaurant chain whose specialty is beef intestines.
The Korean BBQ here is NOT low-quality AYCE (all you can eat).
“The Chigae” is in the space formerly occupied by LA Family House. Jjigae is the Korean word for “stews” and that is what this Korean restaurant’s specialty is. Menu include spicy chicken stew and budaejjigae. “House of The Chigae” also has kimchi pancakes on its menu. 더찌개 (식당-한식)
This is the Ham Ji Bak “Daughter” restaurant on 6th by Catalina. 함지박딸 (식당-한식) The original HamJiPark location is in Southwest Koreatown, at 4135 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90019. Specialties: pork neck BBQ, spare ribs, gamjatang Open seven days a week. Monday to Saturday, 11:00 am to 10:00 pm. Sunday, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Movie location: Blackhat (2015) film Suite 101C