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Korean in Orange County

  • Myung In Dumplings
    8911 Garden Grove Blvd. | Garden Grove

    At first glance, Myung In's Korean rendition of the steamed bun would seem much like others you've seen at dim sum. It's only when you notice the man making them right behind the cash register of... More on Myung In Dumplings »

  • Shik Do Rak
    14775 Jeffrey Road | Irvine

    Wear the clothes you were about to donate to Goodwill.Don't shampoo your hair before you come. Both will end up smelling likegrill smoke. And whatever you do, do not pass up the rib eye. Slap... More on Shik Do Rak »

  • BCD Tofu House
    9520 Garden Grove Blvd., Ste. 9 | Garden Grove

    There are other things to munch on at BCD Tofu besides its namesake-a limited barbecue selection, bibimbap (a spicy noodle salad) and succulent chunks of raw crab spiced to a level worthy of any... More on BCD Tofu House »

  • Han Yang
    7152 Orangethorpe Ave. | Buena Park

    If it served nothing but galbi tang, it would still be enough reason for you to wait in line at this former A&W Drive-In. Though the meat has been coddled under a long, slow simmer to loosen its... More on Han Yang »

  • BCD Tofu House
    2700 Alton Parkway, Ste. 135 | Irvine

    BCD Tofu House's Irvine location is bigger than the OG OC one in Garden Grove, but the Korean staples at the new one are as delicious as at the old place. There are other things to munch on at BCD... More on BCD Tofu House »

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  • Soy Tofu
    4961 La Palma | La Palma

    Soy Tofu in La Palma specializes in soondubu--what's perhaps the best known Korean dish after kalbi--the food equivalent to warm socks, a crackling fireplace, and a cozy robe rolled into one. As... More on Soy Tofu »

  • Kaya Restaurant
    14120 Culver Drive, Ste. G | Irvine

    There are more Korean restaurants serving sundubu jjigae in Irvine than you can count on one hand, maybe two. Three alone are clustered in a single shopping center at Culver and the 5 freeway, all... More on Kaya Restaurant »

  • The Flame Broiler
    580 Anton Blvd. | Costa Mesa

    The Flame Broiler is a beloved chain across Orange County that sells bowls--yes, bowls. Big bowls with more rice than meat--but the meat is cooked to dark jewels of carnivorous temptation. But... More on The Flame Broiler »

  • Cham Sut Gol
    9252 Garden Grove Blvd., Ste. 10 | Garden Grove

    You can't do much better at an all-you-can-eat than Cham Sut Gol. It remains one of the most popular and consistent Korean BBQ's in Garden Grove's Korean District. Their supply of panchan is good... More on Cham Sut Gol »

  • Anjin
    3033 Bristol St. | Costa Mesa

    Anjin is in Costa Mesa's Japanese corridor and sells Japanese barbecue, but get there early. The wait can be almost unbearably, dissuadingly long--as long as two hours on the weekends. The trick... More on Anjin »

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  • Having twice the skill set in the back of the house means twice as much attention to detail. It also means double the personalities. Yet my time with Ben and Justin of Ways & Means taught me that collaboration and working towards a common goal (in this case, running an efficient kitchen) can only mean success. I interview them shortly before the afternoon management meeting, as they prepare... More on Ways & Means Oyster House »

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