Los Angeles, CA 90006
- MasterCard, Visa
- Delivery, Takeout
- Breakfast, Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
- Not Necessary, Accepted
- Lot Available, Valet
LA Weekly's Description
Bulrocho may be yet another storefront in a huge Korean minimall, literally in the shadow of Park's, but the 24/7 black-goat-soup specialist is a supremely useful place, serving its share of the traditional Korean restoratives, including a respectable version of the milky beef-bone soup sullongtang, the spicy blood soup hejangguk, and a healthy soup made with tofu and several kinds of wild mushrooms that seems to be the most popular dish at lunch. Most people end up with the black goat, either roasted or served in a spicy soup, but you can also get the requisite chicken-ginseng soup samgyetang, although I have never come in early enough to snag a bowl before it sells out. If you're lucky, you may be offered a taste of the house soju, a tea-colored cordial flavored with steeped fresh ginseng. See full review.
Tips from foursquare
Most people end up with the black goat, either roasted or served in a spicy soup, but you can also get the requisite chicken-ginseng soup. If you're lucky, you may be offered a taste of the house soju
Goat stew for breakfast.
All about the goat.
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