Dan Sung Sa

3317 W. Sixth St.
Los Angeles, CA 90019-3502
Critics' Pick
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Victor Tam From left: grilled pork, fried chicken gizzard with garlic and jalapeño, and egg and spam


  • Daily, 4 p.m.-2 a.m.
  • Dinner, Late Night, Snack Food
  • Beer/Wine
Some might argue that the greatest thing about Los Angeles is Koreatown, and specifically the Korean restaurants therein, those that visitors from South Korea will admit, in hushed tones, might even be better than what’s found back home. Dan Sung Sa is one of the greats, even though it’s not the KBBQ the whole city is so obsessed with. The late-night establishment (yes, we all know that in L.A. anything after midnight counts as late-night) serves a lot of items on skewers, from rice cakes to gingko nuts to intestines to frog legs, as well as big plates of grilled items such as chicken feet and eel. They’re the perfect starter to a hangover-preventing meal that must include the legendary sweet-and-spicy chicken wings and the famous “corn cheese,” which is corn niblets blanketed under melted cheese and sweet mayonnaise. Maybe the place has no windows so that no one outside can see our shame, but they can’t see our joy, either. —Katherine Spiers
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