A non-archetypal immigrant neighborhood in LA, Koreatown is a reinvented district in LA. Hyper ’til midnight, the mid-Wilshire area known for Art Deco buildings has turned into a fashionable destination to hang out at any time of the day, what with Korean cosmetics shopping, cool cafes, karaoke bars, boutique hotels, Asian fusion restaurants and traditional Korean cuisine.
Headed to Bulgogi Hut (formerly named Castle 2) one evening for cook it yourself, all you can eat Korean barbecue. One can choose from three options, priced between $13.99-21.99. We got red wine pork belly, bulgogi and brisket on the first round. Marinated squid and bulgogi on the second, and more bulgogi on the third, and fourth, with rice. Banchan surprisingly included mac salad.
The lola foodie.
The best part was Bulgogi with chili from the kimchi.
Popular to the younger crowd, Bulgogi Hut is an all day hearth.
Bulgogi Hut 3600 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles 213 388-1988 Open 11AM-12AM
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