This homely little Koreatown restaurant is yet another example of the maxim that some of the best food in L.A. is found in the oddest little places. A tiny shop with a few bare tables, this place nonetheless serves a magnificent bowl of spicy rice cakes, a mixture of firey sauce, tubular little rice cakes, ramen noodles, fish cakes, hard-boiled eggs and cabbage. There's other stuff too, but this is what you're here for.
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You may think there's nothing in Koreatown but barbecue. If you've found your comfort zone in the sort of small-plates, New American restaurants everyone's already talking about, you might think that going to unfamiliar Korean resta...