Tag Archive: korean food

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

SGV: KBBQ at Honey Pig

  Honey Pig has opened a new location in Monterey Park. It’s an all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue place in what is rapidly becoming a foodie-centric shopping plaza. There’s dim sum/ Chinese food, ramen, hot… Continue reading

Granada Hills: Bulgogi and Stew at O. Tofu House

  When I found myself in the Valley recently, I had a craving for soon dobu, the Korean tofu soup. I checked out O. Tofu House which I found out later is related… Continue reading

Koreatown: Porkbelly and Kimchi at Hot Pot Troops

  Hot Pot Troops opened about two months ago. We found it while driving down Western looking for something warm on a cold night. I saw a sign for hot pot and thought… Continue reading

Koreatown: Checking Out the Korean Black Goat Stew at Mirak

  Last weekend, I wanted to eat in Hollywood after catching a flick at the Arclight but the Hollywood Parade made it impossible to get around so we headed over to Koreatown. As… Continue reading

Koreatown: Checking Out Quarters Korean BBQ

  In the same plaza as the popular Korean BBQ restaurant Kang Hodong Baekjeong, is Quarters Korean BBQ. As you wait in long lines for Baekjeong, you can’t help but wonder if Quarters is… Continue reading

Koreatown: Late Night KBBQ at Yang San Bak

I’ve wondered about Yang San Bak for a while now. It’s in the same shopping center as Mapo and across the street from the Normandie Club and Cassell’s Hamburgers. I had heard it’s… Continue reading

Koreatown: KBBQ at Jjukku Jjukku

  Jjukku Jjukku is one of the latest Korean BBQ restaurants to hit Koreatown. The Ktown joint was initially not all-you-can-eat but quickly found people love bargains. They have three options; $12.99, $19.99… Continue reading

Koreatown: Army Stew at Chunju Han-il Kwan

  Chunju Han-il Kwan has been open for many years and is known for a solid Korean menu. They have a number of stews meant for two or more as well as individual… Continue reading