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Our Korean Dinner In Los Angeles

INTO THE NIGHT...

Oh before we had dinner, the four ladies had a great time at the Outlet stores in Los Angeles.  Nothing can deter us ladies from shopping even though we did not end up buying anything at all!  Strange, right?  Since it was our first time there, we did not expect to see such a big crowd there, well, it is Los Angeles and not San Jose.  I guess most of them were tourists and spending power is certainly more.  Nevertheless, we did spend two hour plus at the outlet stores before making an exit back to the hotel to pick up two big guys and a small one... LOL.... 

We had our dinner at one of the Korean restaurants which has good reviews on the website.  Oh oh.. as usual, I did not take notice of the name, I think it was Sanya Korean BBQ... not so sure, anyway, we had their famous BBQ pork and all of us had to wash our hair after that.  LOL... 

Yes, three big slabs....
The staff cooked these right in front of us... 
That is the reason we smelt of pork after the BBQ... 
LOL...
The side dishes are supposedly to be endless...
But I think we did not refill them... 
The Korean seafood pancake...
Three bowls of beef soup which comes with giant bowls of rice....
Kim Chi soup is not forgotten... 
And Kim Chi Fried Rice as well....
The hungry lot at the table... 

Comments

  1. Oooo...looks good! I wonder how much that costs altogether over there. We have a very good one here but everytime we went, anytime over RM100.00. Worth it though, value for money as the food was great...but we have not been there for a long time as we see a lot of cars there all the time, must be very crowded. We are still avoiding crowded places - better play safe!

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  2. The food looks wonderful, especially the seafood pancake!

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  3. I love to eat kimchi and the pancakes. Not too fond of the bbq smell though. Lolx!

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  4. Wah! Pork slabs, seafood pancake and beef soup look delicious. The little man also wants to show his thumb up ha ha ha....

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