Six Korean restaurants among L.A. Times’ top 101

May 20, 2014
Park's BBQ website screen capture.

Park’s BBQ website screen capture.

Kang Ho dong Baejung brings back memories with their old-time lunch pack called doshirak.

Kang Ho-dong Baekjeong brings back memories with their old-time lunch pack called doshirak.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Six Korean restaurants were among the top 101 chosen by the Los Angeles Times’ Jonathan Gold as the best of 2014 in his second annual list.

The self-proclaimed “L.A. Son” Chef Roy Choi made the list twice, first with his new fusion restaurant Pot ranked No. 23 and the Kogi food truck at No. 39.

Others on the list included Lukshon, another fusion restaurant by Sang Yoon, at No. 36; Park’s Barbeque at No. 84; Kang Ho-dong Baekjeong at No. 90; and Kobawoo House at No. 99.

Meanwhile, Providence was chosen as the best restaurant in L.A., followed by Spago and Mozza.

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