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Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (213) 383-9499

Payment method
cash, no credit cards
Price Range
$
Neighborhoods
Greater Wilshire, Central LA
Categories
Asian Restaurants, Korean Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street, Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: No

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Korean, Asian

Alcohol: No

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Below Average

Pets Allowed: No

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Kris Y.

06/13/2014

Overall

The restaurant is right opposite to Carl's Junior, although the entrance is a little hard to notice especially if you don't read Korean. They have a small menu mainly selling their homemade style ox bone soup. You can choose from beef brisket, flank, intestine, tripe & spleen, tongue or mixed. The soup has been cooked for many hours and its made from raw ingredients. It feels very healthy. You can add salt, spring onion and chili paste if you want to. The soup comes with kim chi, kim chi raddish, and a bowl of steam rice. The soup is very fulfilling especially on a cold winter night.

tigereyez

04/10/2007

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Overall
LOVE IT

mm hot goodness. never craved sulungtang until i started going here. its pretty good for curing a hangover and their kimchi/kkakdugi is always crunchy and aged perfectly.

spaektral

04/11/2006

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
comfort food at its best

best hangover stew ever, best sullung-tang in k-town. if you don't speak Korean, just point to the one that says ""flank."" if you're adventurous, try the intestine or the tongue. add salt, pepper, hot paste and chopped green onion to taste. the lack of politeness is because it's so damn busy, and the ""lack of ambience"" is the the buzz of people eager to fill their bellies.

babeehanul

05/09/2003

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
best sullung tang in LA

the title pretty much covers it. the restaurant itself is not nicely set up. the waitresses are also not the most friendly, but its all worth it for the best comfort food. han bat sullung tang hits the spot. beef broth with glass noodles and the perfect complementary kimchi.

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