Culver City: KBBQ Happy Hour at Hanjip

such tender ribs

such tender ribs

 

I recently checked out the newly launched happy hour at Hanjip which runs every day from 4 to 6:30 p.m. That’s right, there’s happy hour even on weekends! Choose bites such as hot wings, pork buns, beef poutine and more.

There’s also discounted wine and beer as well as $2 soju shots.

We ordered a few things off the happy hour menu but couldn’t resist staying to get our grill on. We started with Mr. Oh’s ribs from the happy hour menu which at $12 is actually a great deal. We got so many meaty ribs that were falling-off-the-bone tender.

 

bottled cocktails

bottled cocktails

 

Hanjip now has a couple of bottled cocktails from Ryan Wainwright, Bombet Hospitality’s Director of Bar Programs. I tried the cheekily named, The Facial, which has genmaicha infused soju, aloe juice and ginger. It’s very refreshing.

crispy shrimp

crispy shrimp

 

We also got the crispy shrimp from the happy hour menu. The’re a bit like tempura shrimp but much juicier.

seafood pancake

seafood pancake

 

I love Korean pancakes. They’re savory and it’s like eating a stuffed crepe. There’s a ton of good seafood in the pancake. Either of these three would make a good starter if you get to Hanjip early. Or if you just stick to the happy hour menu, you’ll be satisfied.

Hanjip is also offering an all-you-can-eat option on weekends. There are two levels; $19 which includes daily assortment of banchan, brisket, bulgogi, pork belly, marinated pork belly, and steamed rice or for $25, you can get the daily assortment of banchan, brisket, bulgogi, pork belly, marinated pork belly, marinated short rib, marinated pork shoulder, cctopus, kimchi fried rice, and steamed rice. If I were you, I would get the second option because there are so many choices.

 

Hanjip

3829 Main St., Culver City, CA 90232  —  (323) 720-8804
 
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