Tag Archive: korean food

Koreatown: Korean-Style Japanese Seafood at A-Won

  I had eaten a chirashi bowl for lunch but I’m always down for impromptu dinners even if it was an offer of more raw fish. So I found my way to A-Won,… Continue reading

Koreatown: Celebrate National Soft Pretzel Month at Biergarten

  It’s been a hot minute since I have gone to Biergarten in Koreatown. I was lured in because I heard they had these crazy pretzels for National Soft Pretzel Month. Did you… Continue reading

DTLA: Seoul Chicken Company Popup at Seoul Sausage Little Tokyo

  I checked out the Seoul Chicken Company popup at Seoul SausageĀ Little Tokyo the other night. It’s going on until at least March 15. It’ll be more bento box style during lunch so… Continue reading

Koreatown: Lunch at BongChu Chicken

  I recently tried the jjimdak (Korean braised chicken stew) at BongChu in Koreatown. Talk about simplicity at its best. This is the only dish BongChu serves and they do it very, very… Continue reading

Koreatown: Porridge and Chicken Soup at Mountain

  It was a cold and rainy night in Los Angeles and we headed to Mountain Cafe in Koreatown for dinner. It’s in a crazy strip mall with two other popular restaurants that… Continue reading

Koreatown: Bossam Lettuce Wraps at Jun Won

  Jun Won has been on my radar for years and I finally made it in the other night. They’ve been getting a lot of buzz and renewed interest lately so expect a… Continue reading

Koreatown: Tofu Soup at Seong Buk Dong

  What do you do when you’re in Koreatown? Eat Korean food! After having a cocktail or two down the street at the Normandie Club, we wanted something nummy and warm. I did… Continue reading

Koreatown: Late Night KBBQ at Byul Gobchang

  Hungry. Hangry. Late night. Where to go in Koreatown? We were actually heading towards the popular Hae Jang ChonĀ  (it’s the one with the pig logo) but it was completely packed and… Continue reading

Koreatown: Dumplings at Nae Go Hyang

  Once again, Instagram proved to be my culinary inspiration. I spotted leek and pork dumplings at Nae Go Hyang and literally went the next day. While we were there, of course we… Continue reading

Koreatown: Kimchi Fried Rice at Toe Bang

  In Chapman Plaza, the same shopping center as Kang Hodong Baekjeong, Escala and Quarters BBQ is the amusingly named Toe Bang Cafe. I’ve seen it for years and always heard it was… Continue reading