Korean bars have the best food. Who needs chips & fries when you can eat all this deliciousness! Here is our feast at OB Bear in Korea Town. fried chicken grilled gizzard with garlic.. ok, I used to think this was disgusting but I’m not going to lie, it’s pretty tasty. spicy octopus with noodles– you may need some water for the spiciness but it’s yummy. spicy pork stirfry.. also spicy but good with rice. seafood pancake and lastly, a little Korean jager bomb action. Our own version of a jager bomb that includes a shot of coke at the bottom, a shot of soju on top, topped with beer. The bit of coke at the end adds a refreshing taste! I’m leaving for vacation tomorrow where I will be at the beach in a bikini… all this food didn’t help the belly (a one piece or a coat sounds pretty appealing) but it was worth it. 🙂
If you’re familiar with Korea Town, you know that there is a Korean BBQ restaurant on like every corner. I have been to so many different restaurants but I have to say my all time favorite one is Hae Jang Chon. It’s all you can eat meat for $17.99 which includes egg casserole, side dishes, salad. I love the kimchi, bean sprouts & kimchi pancakes on the grill but the best part of the meal is the kimchi fried rice at the end. Make sure you even it out thin & flat so it gets crispy. No matter how full I get, even if I have to loosen my belt, I always make sure there is room for the rice!
it’s probably not a good thing when you purposely loosen your belt before dinner but that’s what I did before I went to Moo Dae Po II for all you can eat Korean BBQ. we chose the $19.99 ayce option which comes with 25 different kinds of meat. this place always has great side dishes and I always tell people it’s like you’re clubbing & eating at the same time because they dim the lights & play bumping music. the only thing that disappointed me this time was they don’t give you the knife noodles at the end.. you have to pay for it now. but I guess that’s a good thing.. as if we needed more food after the endless meat.