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I recently ate at Mu Dung San Korean BBQ and they had Rice Noodle Wrappers. I heard Manna also has them.

Does anyone know if other locations have them?

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  1. Many Korean BBQ places have them: Soot Bul Gui Rim, Toad House, Honey Pig, Cham Sut Gol, and many more!

    http://myculinaryadventures.blogspot.com

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    1. re: Bon Vivant

      Thanks for the info...out of those locations, which would you recommend?

      1. re: puppychao

        Well, it depends on what you are looking for.

        Soot Bul Gui Rim is AYCE and is relatively cheap; the meat is not bad quality either. I like the one on Vermont just north of Third. And it's charcoal bbq. http://www.chowhound.com/topics/399355

        Toad House is on the funky side (but good funky) and is for the more adventurous eater. They have fabulous pig trotters which you can order in a combo meal. But if you want to stick with the more apropos stuff (beef) it's actually quite good.

        Honey Pig is very popular but it's one of my least favorite places for many reasons. I do like their chili ribs though. I mentioned it because they have rice wrappers.

        Cham Sut Gol is the more refined of the bunch and has very high quality meat but it's a little pricier. They also have killer pickled daikon radish to wrap your meat in. They use charcoal too. http://www.chowhound.com/topics/387311

        There is another place that I just went to that uses rice paper wrappers but I've forgotten the name; I'll post it as soon as I remember.

        1. re: Bon Vivant

          How much is dinner at Sool Bul Gui Rim? Do they have seafood or pork? Some of my family members do not eat beef. Thanks.

          1. re: fdb

            It's $16.99 a person (they recently raised their price, it used to be $14.99). They have pork belly and I believe chicken but no seafood.

            http://myculinaryadventures.blogspot.com

            1. re: fdb

              a million places serve this now in ktown tho i still prefer the wasabied dicon slices (mentioned by Bon Vivant) instead.

              another one (and i believe one of the first?):
              Shik Do Rak
              2501 W Olympic Boulevard
              Los Angeles, CA 90006

              Toad House is predominantly a sam gyup ssal/chadol baegi place w/ only the hot iron grill. (I don't truly consider sgs and cdbg as "BBQ"). SBGR and SBGR2 are just lousy environs to dine in due to obscene amount of smoke, fake use of charcoal and now freezing temperature in dining room(s). serving duk bo sam doesn't automatically yield good KBBQ as attested by majority of the restaurants mentioned in this thread so far. g'luck!