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Kobawoo House

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WHY Because there’s more to Korean food than barbecue. WHAT Mimicking a Korean tavern with its charming faux country-style décor, Kobawoo serves dishes that best accompany frosty beers or soju. Its tremendous lineup of savory pancakes includes a pizza-size, seafood-stuffed one called haemul pajun. A color-drenched salad of clear acorn noodles, jangban gooksoo, comes tossed […]

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Alibi Room

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WHY To eat Kogi’s tacos and other good things without having to stand in a 90-minute line at the truck—plus you can have a Duvel Golden Ale or Los Carlos Malbec with your kim chee sesame quesadilla. WHAT We loved this chill neighborhood pub before Kogi took over the kitchen, and now we love it […]

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Hodori

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WHY Decent and cheap Korean standards served 24/7. WHAT The short list of L.A. restaurants open 24 hours a day includes this Koreatown diner, and you could do far worse at 3 a.m. than Hodori’s bibim bap or bulgogi. Parking’s a pain, and the service and setting are basic, but the hours and price are […]

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Soot Bull Jeep

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WHY For the quintessential grill-your-own Koreatown experience—it’s a great place to bring out-of-towners. WHAT You’ll smell like meaty smoke all night after dinner here, and you won’t mind a bit. It’s one of Koreatown’s best-known places, a dive with brusque service and a constant wait for a table. Thepanchan (side dishes) aren’t as complex and […]

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Cham Korean Bistro

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WHY Vibrant classic and modern Korean cooking made with love by do-gooders. WHAT Kimmy Song, founder and CEO of !It Jeans in Vernon, wanted to use her success to give back, and because she loves food, she decided to do it by opening a restaurant. The result is a light-filled café manned by incredibly nice […]

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KyoChon Chicken

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WHY They really mean it when they say ‘super-spicy’ fried chicken. Or take a safer route and order the soy-marinated crispy chicken. WHAT It’s fried chicken, but it’s not fast. In fact, they don’t start cooking it at this stylish Korean café until you order it, which can mean a wait of 25 minutes or […]

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Kogi BBQ

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WHY Taco trucks hit the big time when this Korean/Mexican fusion coach arrived on the scene. WHAT The icon of the nouveau food truck scene, Kogi has a legion of imitators but still makes the best Korean taco in LA, and the hungry masses are eating it up. Wherever one of the five Kogi trucks parks, […]

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Park’s BBQ

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WHY A particularly lavish and beautiful array ofpanchan, the small appetizers that accompany traditional Korean barbecue, and meat of very high quality. WHAT As far in atmosphere from smoky, funky barbecue joints like Soot Bull Jeep as you can get, Park is spare and industrial-chic, with a gorgeous and fairly formal serving staff and powerful […]

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Don Dae Gam

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WHY Modern Korean barbecue with an emphasis on all things porcine. WHAT Owned by the same folks as the beloved Park’s, Don Dae Gam boasts a modern feel and high-quality meats. Though beef is available, this place is really for pork lovers, with choices like pork belly, pork neck, short ribs and pork diaphragm. The […]

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Feng Mao

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WHY Addictive tabletop-grilled skewers that blur the boundary between Korean and Chinese cooking. WHAT Feng Mao is a hybrid, its kitchen preparing the Korean-Chinese cuisine of China’s Jilin province. Accordingly, you’re as likely to spot platters of the Korean blood sausage soondae here as you are bowls of mapo tofu. But the fusion is at […]

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