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Korea town in L.A. has many Korean barbecue restaurants, but Park's Barbeque is one of the city's finest. Its strip-mall style is all black and stainless steel while the waiters are cool and friendly at the same time. The quality of the meat which you cook it by yourself at your own table, is so good when it lends to the beef brisket, pork belly, marinated kalbi and short ribs. It's a family...
Park's is a phenomenal Korean BBQ. I just put away two orders (marinated short rib kalbi and bulkogi) even though I thought one was enough. Park's also has the most sides of any Korean BBQ I have been to ever. It is crowded for a good reason, so either get there and be prepared to wait a little or get there early. The prices are very reasonable, but a little higher than some other nearby BBQ's, but it is definitely worth it! They have their own parking, too, so you have to drive south on Vermont if you want to go there.
The facade of this Koreatown restaurant, sporting massive pictures of raw beef, leaves little doubt what to expect. The decor is limited to celebrity photos and stainless steel hoods to extract smoke from tabletop charcoal grills. USDA… Read More
Devotees "dream about the galbi" at this perpetually "packed" K-town grill known for its "premium" BBQ meats (including Wagyu) and "amazing array of banchan" offered in a "slick", "not-too-smoky" setting; yes, it's "one of the more expensive" in the genre, but consensus is it's also "one of the best."
Abe did love their vegetarian Bibimbap… …which is a wee bit large. Loved that they BBQ all the meat for you; I’m very...
One of the best non ayce kbbq place. Although this isn't all you can eat, the quality of meat here is just superb. The service was really good too.
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Korean cooking, at least as it is presented in Los Angeles, is not an especially refined cuisine. Korean restaurants here tend to be either homey or raffish, Mom?s cooking or sophisticated bar snacks. Nobody seems especially concerned with royal delicacies from the Koryo empire: Korean restaurants, even the expensive ones, serve people?s food. The Kaesong-style restaurant Yongsusan may be in a...
This place is known to be a bit pricer but it's well worth the splurge. Amazing selection of high-quality meats and good banchan (my favorite part).
All the decor of down-and-dirty all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue joints with the high-end meats of their more upscale siblings.
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