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Woo Lae Oak tantalizes budding taste receptacles with a tempting menu of traditional Korean dishes with contemporary flourishes made from choice ingredients. Smokeless barbecue grills sear up succulent meat entrees such as the Ta Jo ostrich filet ($22) and Ko Be beef ($50), a choice cut of tender Kobe beef that promises an epic meatsperience for meal adventurers. Nip blossoming hunger flowers in the bud with traditional Korean favorites such as Kal Bi Jim, tender beef short rib simmered in sake-ginger soy glaze ($25), or vegetarian options such as Bo Sot Jun Gol ($18), wild mushrooms dancing to Tchaikovsky in a vegetable broth.
Nestled in a cozy niche on Restaurant Row, Woo Lae Oak introduces its Nouveau Korean cuisine in an upscale, refined environment. Granite tables provide an opaque surface for dining and post-dinner statue carving, and suspended scrolls and a roaring fire offer warm and traditional ambiance.
170 N La Cienega Blvd.
Beverly Hills, California 90211Get Directions