Stall located in the Koreatown Plaza food court. Serves many popular Korean dishes, including galbitang, bulgogi, altang, gomtang and bibim naengmyeon. Chapman PlazaItalee Optometry at the PlazaABC Plaza: Cookware & AppliancesMusic Plaza
Food stall that opened inside the Koreatown Plaza food court in early 2015.
Plaza Sushi is one of the stalls inside the food court of Koreatown Plaza on Western Avenue. Has bento boxes. Closes by 8:00 pm on most days. Chapman PlazaItalee Optometry at the PlazaNoshi SushiABC Plaza: Cookware & Appliances
Franchise stall in the Koreatown Plaza food court. Vietnamese noodle soups and spring rolls. Had been Pho ABC. Open until 8:00 pm. Chapman PlazaPublic Transportation in KoreatownPio Pico Koreatown LibraryKoreatown LA Map
Located in the Koreatown Plaza food court, Gamja Bawi serves popular Korean dishes like dolsot bibimbap (rice and vegetables in a hot stone pot) and bulgogi (marinated beef) with rice. The term “Gamja Bawi” refers to people from Gangwon province, where gamja (“potato”) has been widely cultivated. Bawi does NOT refer to “rock” as many ignorant writers have published. Bawi is a modified pronunciation of bau, which is a dialectical suffix for marking a ethnonym. Last orders are taken by 8:00 pm on most evenings. Gamja Gol
Located at the Koreatown Plaza food court, KAYA is famous for three things — boba drinks, premium curry dishes, and jook (traditional Korean porridge).
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. Tip’s HouseHyeri Coffee HouseKobawoo HouseRoad to Seoul
PAOJAO is a Chinese-inspired food stall in Koreatown Plaza’s food court that serves dumplings and affordable bowls of jajangmyeon (noodles with black-bean sauce). Items on their menu include shrimp dumplings and also green-colored Chlorella (algae) buns. They also have large steamed buns filled with red bean. Known for bad service towards non-Koreans. Tip’s HouseHyeri Coffee HouseKobawoo HouseCoco Ichibanya Curry House
Has the same owner of Tofu House in the Koreatown Plaza food court. Loyalty special: your meal at either stall will count towards a free meal after nine or ten orders. Famous for the gigantic proportions of donkassu (Korean-style tonkatsu). A popular side dish is the macaroni salad. Tip’s HouseHyeri Coffee HouseKobawoo HouseGalleria Tonkatsu