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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

I went.

They said 2 hour wait to get in. Not to get food, just to get into the building.

I left.

Ya, I would have left too.  I can't understand waiting in line for 4 hours for any food.

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Anybody have a CPA they can recommend? Need to check a few things tax wise with eBay sales
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Hi there, I am looking for an great Korean BBQ restaurant in L.A. Does anyone have a recommendation?

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Parks, Tahoe or road to Seoul for BBQ. Maybe toe bang?
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Hi,

 

thanks for your recommendations! :-)

 

One question, have you ever been there? Can you say which one would be the best location for a little more "fancy" and/or "romantic" style?

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It's all Korean BBQ so none of those are fancy
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Originally Posted by poly800rock View Post

Parks, Tahoe or road to Seoul for BBQ. Maybe toe bang?

Kang Ho-Dong Baekjeong is right across from Toe Bang (what a name! makes me laugh every time) and is a great KBBQ place. I wouldn't say it's romantic, but it's certainly more upscale than other comparably-priced places.

Also, if you want truly romantic KBBQ then go to Genwa on Wilshire.
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Perfect, thanks for the recommendation! I will go there! :-)

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Just to pile on, +1 on on the Genwa recommendation. The food's good (for whatever it's worth: I was originally taken there by a KA gal I was dating because she considered the food to be a good balance of authentic/higher-end), and the atmosphere is much nicer for a romantic date than many of the alternatives.

If by "fancy" you mean "relatively clean and shiny", there's always Chosun Galbee. It's a good place to take folks who haven't had Korean food before and want to ease into it. But it's probably more suited to a group date than a romantic one-on-one date.
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^ If you're looking for a fancy Korean place to take a date then you might want to consider dropping KBBQ altogether and go to Soban on Olympic Blvd. A nice small space, arguably one of the very best Korean restaurants in the city. They don't serve booze though.

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Let me offer up an alternative suggestion: Soot Bull Jeep. After the dinner you will smell so much like charcoal and charred meat that you'll both need a shower. Offer the one at your place.
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any recommendations for a tailor for suit alterations? live in long beach, but willing to go to LA or OC.

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In LA I've used 3 places.

1. Paul at Wilshire tailors - best recommendation.
2. Abi at Alandales in Culver City - very high quality alterations, but takes his time.
3. Ali at Lizon Tailors - fast turnaround, low prices, decent quality.
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I'll check out Paul tomorrow, thanks!
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Hama Sushi is definitely one of the better sushi places in LA. Has anyone ever dined there? It's small, intimate, and only serves sashimi and sushi (no rolls/terriyaki or any kind of the american fusion stuff)

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