Tuesday, August 18, 2015

I asked my Korean friend which kbbq I should go to while in LA (because he went there often to visit family), and he couldn't remember.

So he asked his mom, and his mom said the really good place closed. And also said any place is probably just as good (I mean, it is Ktown). So I yelped this place up.

And it was so damn delicious. We were extremely hungry, and the cheap cheap valet right in the restaurant parking lot was a plus because it is near impossible to find open parking on the streets of LA.

We ordered one of everything. But the things we ordered seconds of were the best.

And these were:
Brisket, bulgogi, beef short ribs

Pork belly was too thick - so it took too long to cook. Intestines were chewy no matter how we cooked them, and slicing them with the scissors was too much work for us hungry ones.

There aren't any leaves of lettuce for you to wrap the cooked meat. Instead there is a green onion salad dressed in chilli oil, sesame oil, soy sauce, sugar, which is the LA way to kbbq.

Very good cuts of meat, we were stuffed up to the neck and took a walk around afterwards. The area is very quiet, not much nightlife, and dotted with convenience stores that sell liquor (or actual liquor stores) every intersection.

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We picked up the car, and as we were driving away, saw firetrucks driving up to Oo-Kook *gasp* So we meant to check the news if anything happened to our *so far* favourite kbbq place in LA, but never got around to it 

We went to the gym [tipsy] that night (ok maybe just me who was really feeling a buzz) - and it was good.


Yes, it has been a while.

And more than one friend has been bugging me to hurry up with the next post.

Hollywood, Beverly Hills

So there. Finally got around to making some progress in documenting my Cali eats *yay*

Beverly Hills

Dear readers, the next restaurant will take you on a trip to Asia!