Discover Restaurants offering the best Korean food in Buena Park, California, United States. The lively City of Buena Park is located just 5 miles from Disneyland®, 10 miles from Huntington Beach and 30 miles from Los Angeles. Here you can experience Orange County’s most popular attractions, including Knott’s Berry Farm, Soak City waterpark, Pirate's Dinner Adventure, Medieval Times, and Teatro Martini. For award-winning dining, try the #1 restaurant in the country - Porto’s Bakery & Café - or Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour, named the “Best Family Restaurant."
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When it's 1AM and you feel like eating something luxurious, come here and try their korean fried chicken. They're open until 2AM and the best thing on their menu is the olive oil "luxury chicken".It literally says luxury chicken. I'm not exactly sure what makes it so luxurious, but since I am a connoisseur of both chicken and luxury, I had to have it. Usually the first bite of fried chicken is the best, but here at BBQ Chicken I found that the flavor profile increased as you ate more and more.Don't forget to order extra cabbage salad. It's free, fresh, and high in fiber. You're going to need extra fiber after consuming a plate of luxury chicken.
One of the flavors i CRAVE when im not in California, is Korean BBQ. The experience, the taste, the choices on the buffet...all of it! This Korean BBQ was closest to our hotel, we went there first thing! So glad we did! Numerous meats marinating on the buffet, including veggies etc. It IS all you can eat, and for 12.00 pp for lunch? Thats cheaper then Knotts Berry Farm! We ll b going again today before we head back for Wyoming tomorrow. Service is good, food great, price is decent :)
Lunch special is solid. You choose the broth (differing in spice and flavor), you choose the protein (between beef, pork, seafood), you choose the noodle type ... these are prepped from the kitchen and brought out to you raw and you cook it on the electric "stovetop" in front of each seat. You can raise the heat to get the broth boiling or simmering and add in your protein/noodles at whatever pace you want to eat them. You can also add in the unlimited veggies that you get separately and individually at the bar like a salad bar. There are more options for dinner but they had a good selection for lunch and for a great price. If you're still not full after eating what you had originally ordered, you can always ask for the broth to get topped off (no additional cost) and get more protein/noodles for a discounted price.New and clean - it is a fun experience if you haven't tried before. And overall great flavors for the broth that you can adjust by adding other ingredients. Hot soup is great comfort food anytime.
I can't believe this place has no reviews yet on TA!!! I took a gamble and took my coworkers here for dinner while in LA for business. We made reservations and showed up not too long before the closing time and were not rushed to finish our food. For the record, I speak Korean so there was no difficulty placing the order, ask for extra stuff, etc. but the servers spoke English just fine. They bring you so many different types of meat and side dishes when you get the BBQ buffet option, it's unreal. There were 5 people in my party and everyone left full and happy and NOT smelling like we've been cooking meat for 2 hours which was fantastic. I'd definitely return here if I'm back in the area!
Very yummy stone pot tofu served with stone pot rice. The ladies helped pour hot water (or was it tea?) into the pots to create rice soup (you've got to be Asian to appreciate this one)...oh, so yummy. I don't get to eat this too often because we don't get this rice crust using a rice cooker. Anyhow, lots of items to choose from on menu. The banchan included an extraordinary fresh yummy fish. Normally I don't eat the fish cuz every one I've had was fishy. So I always opted to omit from my intake. Not these. They were so sweet and fresh you wouldn't think you're eating fish. The tofu comes in no spicy to mild, medium, spicy and extra spicy. For $10 (plus tax) you get a well-rounded meal that fills you up. Can't get better than that.Service was attentive in spite of a huge dinner crowd, steady stream of patrons. We took our time to savor every last bite, and I mean we finished everything, and watched the stream of patrons come and go.
4 based on 28 reviews
This little restaurant does not look like much, since it was close to where we stay, we tried it out. We were pleasantly surprised that the food and very good. Service was fabulous. We went back for another two more times. Price is very reasonable.
4 based on 21 reviews
Took the family here for an "LA experience" dinner in Koreatown . We'd never tried Korean BBQ before, and were a little intimidated by the array of dipping sauces and choices. Our server was enormously helpful, recommending the Combo Eight and an order of marinated pork for a family of five, then preparing and explaining absolutely everything for us at the table. The food was wonderful, with great variety of tastes and spiciness accommodating all tastes. I've spent a lot of time in Germany and thought I knew everything about pork bellies - but No! Korean BBQ takes it to a new, super-tender level. We had a splendid, fun evening trying new things, chatting with our server, and left full. The check came to less than $100 for a family of five, which is terrific value for a special evening.
4 based on 25 reviews
Walked here from our motel. Ordered the all you can eat BBQ and loved it. Variety of pickled veggies was great and very tasty. Meats were fresh tasting and cooked on the grill was a lot of fun. Sauces and condiments were a great compliment to the meats.DH does not like chili flavors and he was able to eat most items since the spicy dipping sauces are on the side.Staff was friendly and very helpful.I would definitely go back that next time I am in the area.
4 based on 21 reviews
Every time I visit L.A., I eat here. I have eaten here MANY times, namely the beef rib soup and ox knee bone soup. All the dishes I have had here are EXCELLENT. I only wish one of these would open near my home! Will definitely return every time I visit L.A.
4 based on 34 reviews
Kang Ho-Dong Baekjeong is a Korean BBQ restaurant located in Buena Park, California. We provide an exciting dining experience with delicious food and a cheerful, inviting atmosphere that's great for the whole family.
Weâve been driving past this restaurant for years (when we drive our granddaughter home) and thereâs always a long line of people outside, waiting for a table. We decided to go for lunch: excellent time to go, no crowds, great service.My husband was stationed in South Korea for 13 months and had tasted Korean cuisine already. This was my first. I really liked the chives, grilled beef, daikon, eggs, corn and cheese. If you like spicy, youâll love the food here.
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