61 "Korean" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Helluva Time is the outdoor-dining spinoff of Silver Lake’s All Day Baby, and features an inventive menu filled with creative spins on the classics.
Galleria Market on Olympic Blvd. is one of LA’s biggest (and best) Korean markets. The one on Western’s not too bad, either.
HK Market isn’t the flashiest Korean grocery store around, but they make up for it with excellent pre-made banchan and kimbap.
California Market is one of the biggest and best supermarkets in Koreatown.
Perilla is a Ktown pop-up where banchan takes center stage, with incredible results.
Hyesung Noodle House in Koreatown is the first U.S. outpost of a Seoul institution where ordering is simple - you get the kalguksu.
Jeong Yuk Jeom is a massive, modern KBBQ spot in Koreatown with incredible cuts of dry-aged beef and prime-grade short rib.
This spot on 6th Street is open 24 hours, and is always packed with groups huddled over one of our favorite dishes in Koreatown - their galbi jjim.
TaeKwon 92 is an All You Can Eat KBBQ spot in the San Gabriel Valley with high-quality meats and... a really good ice cream sandwich?
Myungin Dumplings in Northridge is the newest location of the Koreatown staple and serves some of our favorite dumplings in the Valley.
Haewah Dal is an upscale Korean restaurant in Long Beach with food that doesn't warrant the high price point.
Sura is one of the only Korean restaurants in Long Beach, and also one of the best.
Sorra is everything you want in a Hollywood bar - great rooftop views, a full dinner menu, strong drinks, and strangely, it’s never too crowded.
BBQ + Rice is Korean rice bowl spot in East Hollywood (and West Hollywood) that’s perfect for a filling, no-frills lunch or dinner.