The Kogi Korean Taco food truck is an LA icon, and as the classic Korean tacos grew in popularity, the Kogi family decided to debut Kogi Taqueria, which is permanently located on Overland Avenue. Here, you'll find a menu that combines great new items along with Kogi food truck classics.
Enjoy a timeless Kogi-style short rib, spicy pork, chicken or tofu taco or burrito, or some classic Taqueria-style carne asada, carnitas, or pollo asada. Other Kogi delicacies include quesadillas, Korean spiced fries, the Kogi Dog, Korean hot wings, and so much more. All of these dishes have one thing in common, and that’s flavor. Whether you’re looking to grab something quick and delicious for lunch, dinner, snacks, or to satisfy those late-night cravings, you’ll be back time and time again for some Kogi Korean tacos.
Visit Kogi Taqueria’s website for the full menu, hours, and location.
3500 Overland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90034
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Locals recommend Sushi Gen primarily for its sashimi lunch platter, which consists of a full plate of mixed sashimi for a reasonable price. Sushi Gen also offers a tempura lunch special, but some say it’s not as good as the locally famous sashimi platter. Be advised that even on a weekday at lunchtime, you’ll find a line snaking out the door of this popular restaurant—but that just speaks to the level of dedication among its fans. You might want to show up a little early if you’re very hungry or have to be back at work quickly.
Dinnertime prices are a little higher than some other sushi restaurants in the area, but the sushi is of superior quality. Regulars recommend the golden eye snapper roll, the spicy tuna roll, and the eel roll. Definitely get the omakase! No matter what you order, chefs promise to craft it with skill and style at Sushi Gen.
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A popular Little Tokyo ramen shop, Daikokuya is known for its delicious, hearty Japanese dishes—and its ever-present line, composed of its many local fans. Make sure your entire party is present when you put your name down for a table, and kill the hour-plus wait time by taking a stroll through the neighborhood.
Regulars strongly recommend the gyoza, the spicy miso ramen, and the daikoku ramen. Don’t be afraid to order the rich, hearty kotteri broth. The noodles here are said to be perfectly cooked, and the broth is flavorful and filling. Have your noodles prepared the way you like them and add additional toppings, such as bean sprouts, egg, nori, and chashu pork. If you don’t like ramen or just want something different, try the salmon sashimi bowl, the beef bowl, the teriyaki eel bowl, or the shredded pork bowl.
Parking nearby can be hard to find, but the quick service makes up for any extra time spent in the car.
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