Jul 2, 2007

Kobawoo House - Koreatown


Kobawoo House in Koreatown, Los Angeles. Traditional Korean restaurant. I’ve never had traditional Korean food so I don't know what that is but that's what people say about this place. Very busy and you have to valet park (free).
Everything was delicious except my Chigae, that was just ok.
We ordered their popular dish "Bosam". You wrap pork and pickles in a nappa leaf and eat it. Every single table ordered this dish, it's very good, very tasty. Don't forget to try this when you are here.

Oh, I almost forgot to tell you, each table has a button, you press it when you need waiter, and the waiter will be there in 1 second, so you never have to wait. Also the food arrived pretty fast.

Panchan (aka banchan)


potato salad

Bin Dae Ttuk $6.99
Korean pancake made of mung bean, assorted vegetables, tender slices of pork

Bosam (Medium) $15.99

Chigae $8.99
It's either Kim Chee Chigae or Dean Jang (tofu) Chigae, but I don't remember which one this was.


Cappuccino cake ($3.23) from Baristar in the same shopping center. It's a boba drink store.

Inside the sponge cake was dry

Kobawoo House
698 S Vermont Ave Ste 109
Los Angeles,CA 90005

(213) 389-7300


Kobawoo on Urbanspoon

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