* Replaced Mahnduk’s Korean restaurant in June 2013. Dajeong is a small Korean eatery specializing in Jeon, such as the $6.99 nokdu-jeon. Kimchi stew, Squid stew, Boiled Mandoo, Squid over rice, Pork Bulgogi… Health rating: B Open seven days a week, 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm.
Highly rated Korean-run Japanese restaurant specializing in hwe (sashimi / raw fish). Located on Pico Boulevard southwest of Koreatown proper.
Not open 24 hours. Open seven days a week, 8:00 am – 9:00 pm. Has Thrifty ice cream.
Open seven days a week, 10:00 am – 7:30 pm. Closed on Sundays.
UPDATE: Closed as of June 2014. “U Hyang Soon Dae” is a Korean restaurant in southwest Koreatown, by Olympic Spa. Specialty: Soondae (blood sausages) 유향 순대 MENU Black-Goat Stew $6 Mandoo / Dumpling Soup $7 Chicken Feet $13 Stir-fried Octopus $16 Seafood Scallion Pancake $16 Potato Pancake $6.50 Black-Goat Pot $27 (small) $33 (medium) * Please note the $1 additional charge for to-go orders. Not all orders are available for takeout. Prices and availability are subject to change.
Restaurant in southwest Koreatown specializing in delivery of Koreanized Chinese food. * The eatery’s name is pronounced “Jin-jja-roo” and sounds like the Korean phrase, “Really.” Jinzzaru, Jinjjaroo, Jinjjaru, Chinese Gate, Yogurt Park Menu staples: jajangmyeon (noodles in black-bean sauce), mandoo (dumplings), jjamppong, fried rice…
Korean-run cafe in Southwest Koreatown. Italian Ice Cream, “Europian” Chocolate, Sandwiches, Espresso, Affogato, Traditional Korean Teas, Smoothies Gelato flavors include Tiramisu, Pistachio, Hazelnut… Free Wi-Fi. Safe parking for bicycles. As European as Koreatown can get. Established in 2007. GELATO CAFE
Latino-dominated strip mall in southwest Koreatown. Comida Mexicana: licuados, jugos, bionicos