Chosun Galbee

Row 1

3330 W Olympic Blvd (at Manhattan Pl)
Los Angeles, CA 90019
(323) 734-3330
$ $ $
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM

It’s the quintessential L.A. Koreatown experience, with a touch of refinement. Make no mistake however — while the quality of food and service are much improved over its competitors (as is the pricing), you won’t sacrifice anything in the way of authenticity. 

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  • Beau MacMillian, of Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate, loves the BBQ Beef Short Ribs at Chosun Galbee, a Korean Barbecue restaurant in Los Angeles, CA. Find more tips at Food Network Local.
  • Hkwe dup pub is really good!
  • Some say this is the best Korean barbecue in Southern California. Arrive with an appetite at this popular joint, known for its generous portions and its mind-blowing short ribs and beef.
  • Get an outside table
  • Quality meat, but you pay for it. Still, great food and atmosphere. Hite, a Korean beer, was very light and went well with the meal.
  • Such a great lunch. This place is a gem.
  • An elegant, refined Korean barbecue spot that's good enough to bring out of towners and even business clients. The service and meat is going to be top-notch.
  • seriously, better than handful of bbq restaurants in seoul
  • The quality of this restaurant is great, including meat, service. Of course, you get what you pay, which means quite expensive.
  • The best spot for impressing out-of-towners. Take advantage of the bar.
  • Tonight is a night to remember. But not in the way you may think. The food here suck and the sprite was flat. The only good thing here was the service. I will not be coming back
  • Omg....the food here is fantastic! 2 thumbs :)
  • Great place to have Korean BBQ...especially if you are taking first timers.
  • White people love this as much as Koreans, I always get the naengmyun (cold broth noodles) + galbi combo here.
  • Ah may zing
  • Na minha opinio o melhor lugar para comer kalbi !!
  • Come with an appetite. Bulgogi and Short ribs are excellent. Outside seating is the best choice. The rice tea at the end of the meal seals the deal for me.
  • Kot sal, or flower meat, is $40 but worth every penny. It's refers to the beautiful marbling of the ribeye meat that melts in your mouth and not in your hands
  • Favorite K-Town BBQ spot and you must try the pomegranate sake !
  • Great service and amazing quality with a nice ambience. Quieter than most Korean restaurants...a great spot for a date because you won't smell like Korean BBQ when you walk out of the place.