The side dishes are really good and both the beef combo and pork combo is positively delectable. They are a lot pricier than your average BBQ restaurant, but joint it''s definitely worth the price.
Everywhere in the world, this rotisserie restaurant is small in size. One or two hundred square meters is the largest.
We lined up for nearly an hour before we finally got a place. They do not accept reservations here. But this is definitely the best Korean barbecue restaurant in Los Angeles. Their meat uses all kinds of seasonings and it tastes so delicious. If you are in Los Angeles, you must try this store. It's really a good shop.
I went to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA for short) in the morning, and I will go to the Los Angeles Botanical Garden in the afternoon. Where can I solve that for lunch? After being instructed by an expert, we came to Kang Ho Dong Baek Ding (Korea Town Store) in Koreatown, Los Angeles. Our party came here less than eleven, because we knew that there would be a line here. Fortunately, we were led into the restaurant by the waiter without waiting for a while. Well, the meat is tender and delicious, it's a worthwhile trip!
When I was in China, I didn't like Korean barbecue at all, and I didn't change my opinion in Korea. When I arrived in Los Angeles, my local friend said that I should go to Koreatown to eat barbecue. I went there half-believingly. It was 9 o’clock in the evening, and I still had to wait for a seat. I finally sat down for nearly 40 minutes. Unique, the best is definitely Kobe beef. Jiang Hudong is considered mid-range in the United States, and the low-end has the kind of self-service. I also ate the high-end near Beverly Hills once. Thanks for the good environment and service.