Korean Barbeque and Argentine Asado
Korean-owned butcher shop at Western Village Square, on the southwest corner of Western Avenue and Third Street.
B health rating as of October 2016.
Specializes in roasting whole pigs and chickens Filipino-style.
Must order about three to five days in advance. Cash payment only. Upon pick up.
A hit during Thanksgiving!
Korean restaurant in southwest Koreatown where Alexander Skarsgard had lunch on March 20, 2013. The name is pronounced chong-ghee-wha and is often spelled in English as Chung Kiwa. Famous for Korean-style cold noodles (naengmyun), spicy fish soup (mino maeun tang), simmmered codfish (eundaegu jorim), bibimbap, bulgogi, and tabletop Korean BBQ. Ask before going if interested in 꽃사슴구이 (grilled deer meat = venison BBQ)
Woo is the Sino-Korean word for “Cow” while Gook means “Country” — Ookook can be translated as “Cow Nation” or “Cattle Country”. All-You-Can-Eat (AYCE) is $25. Prices and availability of items are subject to change. Options include fresh in-shell shrimp, beef, and duck breast meat.
Bakkung… Bak Kung. The Korean pronunciation is actually “Behk-goong” (baek-gung). The name means “White Palace.”
Specialty: Charcoal Barbecue
ACA Grill focuses on Argentine food like meats (asado, pork belly, chorizo…), salads, cheese ball bread puffs, ceviche, and empanadas (beef and spicy chicken). Mon 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Tue 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Wed 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Thu 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Fri 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Sat 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Closed on Sundays. There is also another ACA Grill downtown at 1300 S San Pedro St, Ste 220, zip code 90015. Phone number (213) 765-0688