Went there because of the positive reviews and was surely not disappointed. the place is small and not fancy, but the food generous and very tasty.
Visited a few months ago and needed to stock up on more Korean cooking supplies, so stopped in for a late lunch on a Saturday. A few other diners joined us as well, including a few Koreans. Hadn't had jajangmyun in a long time so tried that. Pretty tasty. Wife's manduguuk was over-peppered with white pepper (a common problem today... 更多
Tried the kun mandu (fried dumplings) and the soontobu jigue (tofu stew) recently. The mandu were a little greasy (but I was there very, very early) and the stew quite authentic (based on 5 years in Seoul). Service was friendly and attentive. The side dishes were simple and relatively fresh. Shopping in the the adjacent market also made some products... 更多
This restaurant is a small portion of a Korean market. The tables are simple. Service was quick and food was prepared quickly to order. I ordered udon and the bowl was large and hot. My friend ordered the Korean beef dish which was tasty. This place is a great spot for authentic cuisine.
One of the things we used to love to do in Los Angeles was to go out for a Korean tofu soup bowl (Sundubu jjigae) for Sunday breakfast. You don’t have to go for breakfast but if you like eggs in your soup, it’s fun to get this for breakfast. The Korean tofu soup a hot soup served in a... 更多
We came to the market night before and bought some Kimchi that my wife loved. So we had to return for the restaurant part of the market to give it a try. It did not disappoint with the food being fabulous tasting. I had the spicy pork bulgolgi and wife ordered Jopchae that both were spot on taste and freshness.... 更多
Every now and then you find authentic food...and I mean AUTHENTIC...tucked somewhere others can't find. Arirang is one of them.... 更多