Tag Archive: koreatown

Koreatown: KBBQ at Oo-Kook

I had a hankering for Korean BBQ and have been meaning to try out some new places in Koreatown. It seems like every few feet there’s a new KBBQ place opening in Ktown.… Continue reading

Koreatown: Moon Daepo BBQ

There was a time in my life I used to go to Korean BBQ at least once a month. These days it’s usually twice a year, around Thanksgiving and Christmas when some of… Continue reading

Koreatown: Black Goat Stew at Chin Go Gae

  A couple of weeks ago, we had some strange weather in LA. It had been hot and muggy for a few days and then we had seemingly random thunderstorms. One such storm… Continue reading

NYC: Exploring Shilla & Woorijip

One of the things I miss the most about LA when I travel is the wide variety of Asian food. Although I could not say any of the places I went to in… Continue reading

Koreatown: Spicy Crab Soup at Ondal

    Over the holidays, I wanted something warming and suggested the spicy crab soup at Ondal to a friend. I’ve been to Ondal 2 but always wanted to check out the original… Continue reading

Koreatown: Beer Belly

After another great wine tasting at DomaineLA, we headed over to Beer Belly for a bite to eat. I had heard so much about the fried catfish and chips that I could almost… Continue reading

Checking Out the Glutster Burger at Biergarten in Koreatown

Javier Cabral is well-known in LA Food Blogger land. Formerly known as the Teenage Glutster, Javier started his food blog in his teens, giving voice to the East LA food scene and now… Continue reading

Fiending for Feng Mao

Shortly after pig’s head dinner at the Gorbals, I started wondering what bizarre food could I eat next. Feng Mao is often tittered about because they serve bull’s penis. Yeah, I know. Considering… Continue reading

Magnum Pop-Up at Biergarten

My cousin was in town recently for Thanksgiving. Although we are loosely related (my great-great-grandfather and her great-grandfather were brothers), we are almost exactly alike when it comes to food. She’s a foodie… Continue reading