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Honey Pig - 7 Reviews - 3400 W Eighth St, Los Angeles, CA - Local Favorite Reviews - Phone (213) 380-0256

Honey Pig

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3400 W Eighth St (at Kingsley Drive)
Los Angeles, CA 90010
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(213) 380-0256
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Honey Pig - Los Angeles, CA
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The style of cooking here is unique because of the sloped round grill. Properly cooked, you cook meat on the top, put a layer of kimchee below that and a layer of bean sprouts bel...

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Pork Belly Heaven 3/30/2010

While this style of BBQ and pork belly is quite popular in Korea, Honey Pig is one of the few places to get the full experience. If you like bacon and you like it thick cut, this is THE place to get it. The cooking here is done over a heated dome rather than the traditional kbbq (charcoal, etc.) The best part of this meal though, might be what comes at the end. Once you're done cooking your meat (alongside the sprouts and kimchi), the server will make bibimbap (kimchi fried rice) with whatever is left on top of your dome. It's a fantastic finish to your meal, because it capture all the flavors and fried bits leftover from all the cooking. If you're a smoker, you can enjoy the ""outside"" patio, where you can grill and smoke to your heart's content, which may or may not be a deal breaker for some. This is k-town... Pros: Pork Belly, Great for Groups, Smoking Area Cons: Smoking Area more

Korean BBQ Madness 1/30/2010

This is a favorite restaurant of my family. We go there often if we don't know where else to go. Basically,... more

Korean BBQ Madness 1/30/2010

jinkwell Provided by Partner
This is a favorite restaurant of my family. We go there often if we don't know where else to go. Basically, the restaurant itself is clean, well ... more

the swine is good 8/13/2008

there are two kinds of pork belly available here -- the regular and the special. from what i have researched, the special is fattier than the regular. so we opted for the regular. more

When you've just gotta have some pork 11/27/2006

If you just had too much red meat lately and got a hankerin' for some pork, this is a good place to go. I'm a pretty picky eater but this place is all good. Honestly, I can't tell the difference in taste or texture between the black boar and regular pork but my girlfriend swears by it so, there. Also, I love those call buttons on the table that keeps the waiters running over at my beck and call (no more waving my arms about or trying to make eye contact from across the room). Pros: if you like pork, you're safe Cons: greasy tables, floor, etc more

A change from the oridnary... 10/16/2006

The style of cooking here is unique because of the sloped round grill. Properly cooked, you cook meat on the top, put a layer of kimchee below that and a layer of bean sprouts below that. The idea is for the meat juices to mix with the sprouts/kimchee. It tastes awesome. The best combination is to get the mushrooms (oyster, shitaki, etc) and seasoned pork bellies. They're pre-cooked and marinated in the kitchen and they're delicious. You can get meat and other dishes here but just stick with what it's intended to be: a pork bbq. Don't bother w/noodles and soups.. they'll give you some complimentary miso-like soup. If they don't, just ask nicely. Pros: Seasoned pork, mushrooms, fried rice.. unique grill Cons: small tables more

Fun experience and fresh beef 6/16/2006

On every table, Honey Pig uses a big arch-shape pan for customers to make BBQ, which is very cool. They provide unlimited free romaine leaves, kimchi (Korean pickle), and spicy bean sprouts. The price is just right for the portion. We ordered beef thin slices, mushrooms, and pork bellies. The beef was excellent. If you like fat meat, the pork bellies were very fattening. They also have squid and beef ribs. We ordered cold noodles, which was not the best. Pros: Fresh beef Cons: Parking. Bad cold noodles. more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    With shabu-shabu and Mongolian BBQ having gone mainstream, Korean table grilling could be next. Here a hip, lively main dining room features modern black tables and chairs...

  • 6/9/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 11am-11pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa, American Express, Discover
  • Neighborhoods:

    Central LA, Wilshire Center / Koreatown
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