, the parade of small courses accompanying a Korean meal, often is ignored by dudes intent on plowing through all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue, but it may be the latest frontier in Los Angeles cooking: highly flavored, exquisitely seasonal, infinitely varied, capable of accommodating any number of farmers market vegetables but spicy, fresh and almost without weight. It may be worth going to Moko for the banchan
alone - even if the basic cabbage kimchee is just OK. There are braised artichokes with pea shoots to contend with. See full review.
Cuisines: Korean, Restaurants
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, American Express
Parking: Garage, Valet