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Korean Feast: Ondal 2
I'll just start by saying this: I LOVE Korean food. These Asian brothers and sisters know how to eat! And the selection of Korean food here in LA is just spectacular, just take a quick drive over to Korea Town and see for yourself.
Well, Ondal 2 isn't quite in K-Town, it's more like mid city, on Washington between La Brea and Crenshaw. That makes it nice and close to where I live in West LA, but while it's away from the traffic and bustle, the neighborhood is deserted at night and I felt a slight tinge of danger as I drove through the area.
Interestingly enough, the waitresses seemed to only speak Korean. We started speaking to her in English, and then she switched over to a very accurate Mandarin Chinese. Don't let that stop you. The menu is in English, and you can always point to the menu to order food or point to your cup if you need water. Most importantly, beer is called Hite. There, all your bases are covered, go forth and feast.
4566 W Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Photos by Kevin Cheng for LAist.