Haewah Dal is an upscale Korean prix fixe restaurant in Long Beach, and on paper, one of the more interesting places to open in the area in a long time. Unfortunately, the in-restaurant experience still has a long way to go. You will eat some good food here, but there are simply too many uneven dishes and flat-out misses to warrant the price point (there are three prix fixe options, ranging from $60-130 per person). They do offer a more casual a la carte menu, so if you’re shopping along 2nd St. in Belmont Shores and in the mood for Korean food, Haewah Dal is a good place to keep in mind.
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