We have been rated Best Fried Chicken in Los Angeles by Jonathon Gold - LA Weekly. We only serve all natural / organic chicken raised without hormones or antibiotics. We have over 1050+ locations in Korea and Shanghi China, with 7 locations in the U.S. 4 location in Southern California and 3 in New York region.
Grills sizzle in the center of the tables at Young Dong Garden. At this traditional Korean barbecue, diners sear slices of USDA prime beef atop these grills, some lightly seasoned or marinated in the house's soy-based barbecue sauce. The scent of grilled short ribs, pork belly, or tiger prawns activates taste buds, while accompanying small plates containing sides such as kimchi add an extra kick. Kitchen entrees such as bibimbop and noodles dishes are no less satisfying or less desirable to sacrifice in a food sculpture.
When she's not authoring her own cookbook, Chef Isabel Cruz busies herself by merging the Latin flavors of her heritage with Asian inspiration garnered from growing up in Los Angeles. Dinners begin with starters such as crispy shoestring plantains accompanied by chipotle cream ($7) before guests graduate to entrees, including the signature Buddha bowl, a pool of lemongrass, miso, and coconut milk filled with shiitaki mushrooms, veggies, noodles, and cilantro ($12 for dinner; $9.75 for lunch). Chefs marinate the sirloin steak before trimming it, like a caterer's Christmas tree, with shoestring plantains, steamed greens, and cilantro lime sauce ($20).
Whether you’re in the mood for Japanese specialties or Korean barbecue, Aria Sushi & BBQ offers flavors from both regions on its expansive menu. Taste soft tofu soup, spicy ramen noodles, bulgogi, bibimbap and other Korean specialties. Alternatively, Aria’s chefs can create specialty rolls for a tempting sushi dinner. Fresh rolls range from the Sumo, in which tuna and spicy crab are draped with white tuna, to the Spider Rainbow, whose soft-shell crab and four-fish blend refract into 56 shades of light.