This place is in the business for 10 years, but I have never been to this place, until now. It's a hole-in -the wall type of place. Very quiet and private. The customers are 99% Koreans and they play Kpop. The worker may not speak very good English and no happy hour, and the food is little slow (well, better than ready in 1 min like instant food, right?), but I just love this place. In fact, I went back on the next day. The food is very good and the service is good, too. It's a hidden jam. It's located right next to Hwa Sun Ji.
The most popular item is chicken feet so if you like eating chicken feet, try it here.
We started off with some blueberry soju and makkori.
Seafood udon stir fry $13.99
We loved it. It's little spicy, and there were lots of seafood in it, including crab, shrimp, mussels, etc. Recommended.
Korean meatball $13.99
I know, it's not the typical meatballs. It looks like Korean pancake but meat in it.
This is nori seaweed on top of white rice.
You mix it, and then make rice balls.
Grilled hagfish $19.99
My Korean friend LOVED it. I was little scared to try it but it was actually very flavorful with a touch of spiciness.
Bacon wrapped rice cake ($2.99), Kalbi ($4), and sausage ($1.99)
3950 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010