27 "Koreatown" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Guelaguetza in Koreatown serves food from Oaxaca, and it's one of the best Mexican restaurants in Los Angeles overall.
Here's Looking At You fits perfectly into its Ktown surroundings, giving you a little mishmash of everything.
EMC Raw Bar is a weird, cool, and downright fun Ktown seafood restaurant where even the pickiest eaters in your group will walk out happy.
BCD Tofu House is your go-to spot for late-night spicy Korean stew and bulgogi.
Commissary is Roy Choi's all-day, California-style restaurant by the pool in The Line Hotel. It's good, if not mind-blowing.
Mama Lion is a fancy restaurant/bar/lounge in Ktown that's trying as hard as it can to be a Hollywood club.
The Mexican Village in Koreatown serves classic Mexican food and good margaritas.
Cafe Bleu in Koreatown doesn’t serve French food, but it is a sports bar that makes some decent tacos.
Zan Beer is about as weird and over-the-top as you’d expect from a sports bar in Koreatown, and we are all about it.
Biergarten might look like just another Koreatown sports bar, but this German-Korean bar has a menu different from everything else in the city.
The Prince in Koreatown is one of LA’s oldest bars. It feels like the rich people floor of the Titanic, except it also serves great Korean food.
Art Major is a new "art bar" in Koreatown, which basically means you get to drink beer and draw in coloring books all night.