Well today, my cousin and I decided to go on a little adventure to LA. Somehow, we ended up at a yummy place. It was Korean night.
First food stop was Restaurant Dong IL Jang, Inc. in Koreatown, downtown Los Angeles. It was a little hard to describe the food that I was tasting. It was just all very different. Many of the textures and tastes that I experienced, I could not relate it to any other food I have had before. We had two main dishes roast gui and kobe brisket. The Roast Gui was a lean rib-eye with the meat sliced thinly, and the second was Kobe Brisket which was regular meat.
None-the-less, the food was amazing. It was a little pricey, but it was all fresh. The food was cooked right in front of you and you had an assortment of side dishes to choose from. Lastly to top off this wonderful meal, my cousin suggested we try Soju.
In her defense, she did think it was beer. It turned to out to be a hard liquor at 20%! It was still exciting, and the waiter was entertained by our faces while trying this. Next time you are in LA and looking for good Korean food, check this amazing place out!