Kang Ho Dong Baek Jeong
The waiter will show you how to mix a soju bomb. Sobriety is not considered a virtue here.
Los Angeles Times
Best Korean BBQ - 2012! Cuts of rib-eye are beautifully marbled, the pork belly sliced just so, & dosirak, shaken tableside with a fried egg, is a most entertaining side dish! -Garrett Snyder
I actually prefer the beef combo here...
Midtown Lunch LA
Long wait, totally worth it. Tip: get there early, put down your name, then have a couple drinks at the AZN bars in the plaza!
The pork neck is amazing! Pork is their specialty. Take advantage of it. Hands down the best pork bbq and pork selection. Valet parking is behind the Chapman Plaza area. Expect to wait.
Super delicious food but the wait staff leaves something to be desired. Very attentive to other patrons but if you don't look Korean or with someone Korean - they'll mostly forget about you.
This place is seriously legit. There really are no words. The only hard thing is that they don't speak english that well. But just point. You'll be okay
My favorite korean bbq place in LA!! - "So legit" - fast n friendly service! Try to avoid peak time or be prepared to wait this place get very busy!!
Great Korean BBQ. Get there early and put your name down. Get the lunch box too. Great atmosphere.
bomb as fuck
Kotsal (non marinated short rib ) all the way with the sesame oil and salt sauce
pork neck meat and Bibimbap
Delicious, friendly, and great ambience!
Pork for days!!!
Pork combo for lunch was pretty good, good service too.
Seats outside are better because the smoke gets sucked away from you better. Beef is better than pork, get the very tender and it's a good amount
This is gang Ho dong's place.
We had the small portion of the Pork Combo and that was plenty for the two of us. I would highly recommend this place.
My favorite when in Koreatown. Good quality of meats, soft enough that it feels like it starts to melt in your mouth. It gets packed pretty quick so come early or be prepared to wait for sometime.
WHAT TO EAT: Your usual Korean BBQ order, which will come with happy tidings of corn cheese and custard omelet. Plus, the lunch box (a shaken-not-stirred bibimbap) For full review, click Read more.