Los Angeles, CA 90020
I’ve been meaning to try this place ever since I’ve seen it on KJ’s food blog. However, everytime I’m in K-town, I’m always lured away by K-BBQ or soon-tofu. Finally, one day recently, I couldn’t think of anything to eat, so decided to pick a place from my “to try” Yelp list and voila!
The place is easy to miss – it’s located in a strip mall next to a Carl’s Jrs. It was relatively easy to find street parking at the time that I went, there are meters all around. The menu is simple – you get 2 choices, either beef soup or the boiled beef. From then on, you choose which meat you want for your soup. As it was my first time there, I didn’t want to be too adventurous, so I picked the brisket beef soup to be safe. Next time I think I’ll try either the beef tongue or the mixed. Not sure what boiled beef is actually…will have to ask one of my Korean friends.
The simple menu. $8.28 per order = $9 after tax
Each order comes with rice and banchans (kimchi and spicy radish). The kimchi and spicy radish are both really good! Feel free to ask for refills! 🙂
The waiteress brings a tub of scallions with the beef soup, that you can add at your leisure. Scoop as much as you want into the soup. Really adds to the flavor.
The soup is bland and not seasoned, so make sure to season it with salt yourself! The broth is very mild, but tastes like it’s been stewed for hours. The meat is so tender! Such a great meal for cold winter days or when you’re not feeling well.