Tag Archive: stew

Koreatown: Han Mi Jung’s Black Goat Stew and Doenjang Jjigae

  As the temperatures drop in the evening, my belly starts clamoring for soup, stew and more soup. One of my favorites is Korean black goat stew. When I was looking up spots… 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: 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: 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

Mid-City: Stew at Smoke.Oil.Salt

  I recently checked out the putxero Valencia at Smoke.Oil.Salt. The Valencia-style stew is served on divided trays just like how Chef Perfecto Rocher would have it in school growing up in Spain.… Continue reading

Burbank: Mama Hong’s Vietnamese Kitchen

  I recently got back from a trip from Chicago where a number of people I met mentioned how much they didn’t like LA. It was a story I’ve heard before. LA is… 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