Karaoke: Koreatown is a karaoke bar hot spot, and Palm Tree L.A. fits right in as a state of the art karaoke bar. Los Angeles loves having the option of singing disco in English, Korean or even Japanese. Even if you can’t speak one of these languages, why not make it a more interesting night and give it your best try? Come and enjoy one of our 20 stylishly designed rooms with comfortable leather seating, high quality sound equipment, moving lights and Flat TV’s or Projectors. Best of all, all rooms are private so you and your guests get to party in the privacy of your own room. Arang: At Arang, fine asian food restaurant you can choose from 5 different sitting styles. Private rooms, cross legged rooms, large table with sectioned off walls with plants in it to give a good level of privacy, small tables like a po-cha atmosphere, booths we got it all. Enjoy great combo menus or go with world famous Maui Pizza. After your meal you and your guest can join the A-Bar, which is located at Arang, to chill out and choose from a variety of different liquors S-Café/S-Bar This is where some wild night starts. What a great place to gather with friends over nice drinks and a great crowd. Whether you are there to watch the game or listening to good music with drinks S-Bar is the place to be. Bar is well known for the hot atmosphere, the huge projection screen tv's playing a mix of english pop and k-pop videos, and of course special drinks.
This is Mu Dung San. Kpl Group Inc is the business name for this restaurant. Categories: Korean, Barbeque, Buffets [Edit] 1040 S Western Ave Los Angeles, CA 90006 (323) 737-9292 My family and I completely DESTROYED this place. Dinner was all you can eat galbee (Korean ribs) for $17.99 and they had a special promo that had naengmyun (Korean noodles) for a buck more. So, we ordered it and it was delicious!!! My brother and I were crying as we ate because it was so tasty. And $17.99 was worth it for us because we eat as much as a small army. In fact, I'm pretty sure that we would have gotten kicked out if we stayed any longer. ahahahaha. Only negative thing about the place is that sometimes the service is a bit lacking and you have to keep asking for refills on food and drink, but they're real polite. Since then, I've been there several times and have taken out all my out of town guests and non-Koreans there. Everyone has raved about the food and have left full and satisfied. Definitely a must go!
The cleanest and biggest AYCE KBBQ in town. Grab plates of raw rib eye, brisket, kalbi, bulgogi, squid or chicken - but get only what you can finish so you don't have to pay extra. While you wait for your food to cook, you can grab some shrimp/vegetable tempura, noodles and sushi. I skip that part since I don't want to waste stomach space. Grab a small saucer of salt with sesame oil to dip meat in and chopsticks. My favorites are rib eye, pork belly and brisket. You'll probably want to go here towards the end of the day/ when you have no plans to go somewhere afterwards because you'll end up smelling like smoke/ BBQ. Sometimes you'll get a friendly server, other times you'll get the grumpy/impatient one who'll grab the tongs/ scissors from you and make you feel like you don't know what the heck you're doing. Nevertheless, I do like this spot.