Park's BBQ

Row 1

955 S Vermont Ave (at Olympic Blvd.)
Los Angeles, CA 90006
(213) 380-1717
Korean, BBQ
$ $ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–Midnight Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–1:00 AM

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  • Park's Tokyo-X crossbred pork belly may be the best pig in Koreatown & at more than $30 for an order of sliced Kobe-style beef, this is the most expensive Korean BBQ in town... but its 100% worth it!
  • Park's pretty much has the top end of K-Town barbecue to itself. The quality of the galbi, the pork belly and the spicy galbi soup is superb.
  • While people will quibble over whether or not Park's is the defacto best Korean barbecue in the city, it's exceptionally solid, and the perfect destination for a night out in K-Town.
  • Come to sample Park's BBQ and others at this years Gold Standard on 3/6/11!
  • Love it. Try the pork belly.
  • Shrimp. Best in Ktown.
  • Featured in LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants!
  • Great service. Great food. Go with lots of hungry carnivores and make sure to order the marinated pork belly and beef tongue
  • Not AYCE...BUT the meat is good quality!
  • Their $7 lunch special is one of the best in K-Town. You can't go wrong ordering anything off the TV in the front.
  • Park's has a 40% soju that tastes like fine Scotch and excites the passions.
  • Your clothes will smell like Korean BBQ but its worth it.
  • K-town favorite with skirt steak, short rib, rib eye, intestine and plenty of other cuts, either marinated or bare.
  • This place is amazingly good. Highly recommended, the servers can be a bit snubbish. In fact they're probably hoping you'll get turned off so you never come back to their prized secret BBQ joint...
  • Expensive but totally worth the coin
  • Kalbitang .
  • My Korean friends say this is one of the best places.
  • Combo 1 was a really good amount of food for 2 people. Such good quality meat and panchan, and the service is impeccable.
  • The kimchi pancake and all their grilled meats are musts. If youre not eating meat, order the incredible grilled vegetables and mushrooms. Parks is also great for big groups. It feels like home.
  • Korean BBQ meats, rock shrimp pancake, and a kimchi rice bowl. They gave us a beautiful gift including a two dollar bill to celebrate New Years.