July 31, 2010


Wurstplatte (4 different types of bratwurst, spicy and mild) served with honey mustard, dijon mustard, and sauerkraut)

Korean Fried Chicken (tong dak)

Sweet potato fries w/ powdered sugar topping (crunchy dessert)

Korean grub meets German pub. It works, at least in favor of Biergarten.
I've been wanting to check this place out since it opened its doors to the public back in April. It took me four months, but I made it, happily so.

Most, if not all, of the dishes are perfect for sharing. Order a pitcher of your favorite beer (great selection), yummy pub fare (everything from kalbi tacos to more traditional Korean dishes), kick-back, and be a happy camper.

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cuisine: Korean
location: Koreantown
hours: M-Sun: 5pm - 2am
website: { yelp }
good for: D, late-nite
attire: Casual
parking: street or lot (valet: $1.50)
note: It's PBR, but an awesome deal nonetheless!{ link }
Like most Korean places, they have service buttons, but like most Korean places, they are useless. In other words, service pretty much sucks.