My friend recommended me this place last week.
Ondal, another place to indulge yourself with yummy Korean crab dishes.
But I didn't agree with my friend's recommendation right away..
-Me: Crab? I don't wanna get my hands dirty...
-Friend: No worries, they'll do it for you.
-Me: Really?! Let's go!
See how lazy I was? Or always?
Where we sat-
I guess that little character on the door serves as Ondal's symbol.
Look for it if you decided to give this place a try,
Their sign on the street has giant Korean letters with small English name "Ondal,"
It'll be an easier task if you can just look for that little guy while searching for the place.
I have my goal set on that spicy crab stew.
But let's start with banchan first-
All the goodies from a crab are all in the soup now.
They will also put together this dish for you-
Steamed rice and veggies dipped with spicy soup,
Served on top of the crab shell.
Round Two. Soo Jae Bi-
The waitress torn the dough apart with bare hands,
Made the dough into little pieces, just like a thicker dumpling skin,
Dumped in the soup and cooked for about 3 minutes.
It's really delicious,
How can you resist the dough with perfect chewy texture, especially after absoring all the flavors from the soup,
Round Three . Fried Rice-
So the cute Korean uncle scooped out the soup and made fried rice in the pot,
I'm telling you,
You have to come here and try it yourself,
Korean people really know how to make awesome fried rice!
Overall Rating: 7
3160 W. 8th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90005