Tag Archive: soon dobu

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

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

Little Tokyo: SKD Tofu House

  SoKongDong or SKD Tofu House was one of my favorite tofu houses in Koreatown. They and Beverly Soon Tofu were always the most respected tofu houses. SKD moved downtown to Little Tokyo… Continue reading

DTLA: Getting Soupy with Tang

  The Korean spot Tang just opened up in Little Tokyo. Funny enough, it’s just above Tangerine on the third level of Weller Court. Tang however does not refer to the powdered drink,… Continue reading

West Covina: Myung Dong Tofu House

After traveling, I always want to get a comforting meal. I usually do noodles but Korean tofu soup sounded. It was in between lunch and dinner so we went looking for something open… Continue reading

West LA: Seoul House of Tofu

Recently I checked out the Seoul House of Tofu in West LA. Little Osaka seems to be losing its Japanese flavor as other cuisines join the restaurant row. I prefer to just call… Continue reading

SGV: Korean Tofu Soup at A Ri Rang

After I got back from Seattle, I wanted something warm and comforting. Originally I was going to get hot pot  but the wait was going to be too long so we popped over… Continue reading

Las Vegas: Lunch at Kimchi Korean

I can’t believe I turned into someone who looks for familiar food when traveling.  Sure, I’m still very adventurous and love to try new food but when I’m away, I get a terrible… Continue reading

SGV: Young-Dong Tofu Restaurant

  After my quickie trip to San Francisco/ Napa, I wanted something hearty and although my brother initially suggested Thai food, I was glad he decided he wanted Korean instead. I remembered seeing… Continue reading

Traveling Around Asia in LA, Part I

Recently during my self-inflicted noodles and dumplings mini-tour of the San Gabriel Valley, I challenged myself to leave the SGV for Asian food outside the mecca. Okay, the mostly Chinese and Vietnamese mecca.… Continue reading