4451 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90004, USA
phone: +1 323 741-0669
We offer healthier alternatives to traditional Korean foods, while staying true to the flavors and dishes people love.
Established in 2016.
Although this restaurant opened in 2016, the first version opened in 1997 as Jinju Gomtang on the corner of Western and 6th in Los Angeles' Koreatown.
The food became a staple for Koreans and Americans alike who were looking for authentic food, made with fresh ingredients.
Now, the restaurant is back with a modern flair to its dishes that you won't find anywhere else
Elena used to work at the original Jinju Gomtang and received the good graces of the original owner to continue the tradition.
With the help of the original chefs and staff, she has created a modern, healthier take on the old restaurant's popular dishes, while staying true to the flavors that bring customers back on a regular basis.
She runs the business with her sisters.
Takes Reservations: Yes
Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Accepts Apple Pay: No
Accepts Android Pay: No
Good For: Lunch, Dinner
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Good for Groups: Yes
Noise Level: Average
Alcohol: Beer & Wine Only
Outdoor Seating: No
Has TV: Yes
Waiter Service: Yes
Gender Neutral Restrooms: Yes
Author: Ann B.
OMG! This is THE ORIGINAL jinju gomtang on Western a century ago!!!
I missed the restaurant so much and just googled it for any stories and found the article about the old owner re-opening the same restaurant on Beverly.
It is the original owner and the place is clean and nice.
If anyone misses the good old days, must come back here!
Author: Eric C.
This place has the best gom tang in Koreatown, especially their knee cap gom tang. Their broth is denser and richer than others and it sort of reminds me of a less fatty version of tonkotsu. My favorite part of of the dish is all the tendons and cartilage that come with the meat. And their kimchi is ridiculously refreshing.
Will come back again for the knee cap wrap.
Author: Hana K.
Really delicious Korean food with kind staff and owners(?). Food tastes like something mom cooks and feeds you, but not too homey as per the pickled sliced beet ssam as opposed to typical radish for our bulgogi ssam dish.
Also had the kimchi jjiggae and it's made with mookeun ji kimchi, which is aged kimchi. So good!
They give you beet and burdock juice w/ pine seed at the end of the meal. I want to drink that every morning. Maybe they will sell me some in a bottle.
Definitely coming back for sure. Soon!
Park in the lot or nearby streets.