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Best place for daeji bulgogi (spicy pork)

Ernie Jun 30, 2006 05:02 AM

Where are your favorite places for a good spicy pork bulgogi? K-Town or South Bay would be fantastic!

  1. Mrs Fang Jun 30, 2006 04:07 PM

    I know this sounds like the stock answer, but I reckon it's Soot Bul Jeep. Spicy pork is my favorite meat there.

    1. badseed Jun 30, 2006 04:27 PM

      I think the best spicy pork is at Sa Rit Gol.

      Sa Rit Gol
      3189 W Olympic Blvd, Serrano
      Los Angeles 90006

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        MeowMixx Jun 30, 2006 06:39 PM

        Honey Pig on 8th and Kingsley has yummy spicy pork. Their grill is the size of a manhole cover....and they make spicy fried rice afterwards!!!!

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          shimpiphany Jul 2, 2006 02:55 AM

          i like sat ri gol, but find them kind of inconsistent. cho sun galbi is also good.

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            shabushabulova Jul 3, 2006 09:17 PM

            Ham Ji Bak Dal (sp?) on 6th between Kenmore and Catalina. They have the best spicy pork ribs! Awesome soups like kamja ttang (spicy potatoe soup with pork) and kimchee jjigae (spicy kimchee soup with pork).They also have great pork bellies. You cook the meat korean barbeque style (on a grill at your seat).

            You HAVE to try the spicy pork ribs (dae ji kalbi). AWESOME

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              piglet147 Jul 4, 2006 09:00 AM

              I agree with shabushabulove. HamJiBak has the best daejibulgogi. I don't know what the big deal is about Honey Pig. It's just ok. Never go to cho son gal bi unless you're non-Korean. DISCLAIMER: I'm Korean so I'm sure my palate is different from non-Koreans. For instance, I happen to like the noo-reung-ji (AKA dirty dishwather rice as so many ppl "fondly" refer to it on Chowhound) that resturants give you after you eat stuff like Soon-dubu so take my opinion with a grain of salt --> it's all a matter of taste, after all.

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