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Craving tasty Korean food

Dangergurl Feb 10, 2001 04:58 PM

I have been to Soot Bull Jeep, Woo Lae Oak, Pine Tree, and Seong, but looking for others. No, doesn't have to be just BBQ. Thanks!

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    Tom Armitage Feb 11, 2001 03:30 PM

    There's loads of great information on Korean food on the Los Angeles Board. You can either scroll through the Board or, better yet, use the search function in the upper right-hand corner of the Main Board. Just go to the Main Board, type +Korean +"Los Angeles" in the search box, click on the Chew! button, and you'll have lots to read.

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    1. re: Tom Armitage
      Vizier6 Feb 13, 2001 12:45 PM

      If you want a really easy way to try Korean for the first time try Woo lae Oak on La Cienega restaurant row (the Koreatown branch is a little more neighborhood oriented).
      I like smaller family places but my friends swear by the place and I've never been disappointed. Reasonably priced, good service and some tasty dishes. My favorites: seafood scallion pancake, crab meat wrapped in spinach in a sort of 'cigar' and of course the standard marinted beef.

      1. re: Tom Armitage
        dangergurl Feb 17, 2001 01:45 PM

        Thanks for the tips, I've been doing lots of homework. I've been finding the reviews very accurate. What a great website this is!

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