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2011 Dining Briefs

Dining Briefs (2011/02/28)

BCD TOFU HOUSE

 

The BCD Tofu House chain of Korean restaurants started in Los Angeles, where it’s regarded as something like Denny’s with kimchi — dependable, tasty and, at the 24-hour branches, one of the city’s better 4 a.m. meals.

After the chain expanded to Seattle, Tokyo and some South Korean cities, the first BCD Tofu House in New York City opened in September, to a much more stylish effect: one wall is decorated with branches rendered in gold leaf, and at night it glimmers in the flattering light. It’s easy to forget it’s on the ground floor of a La Quinta Inn, also Manhattan’s first.

The block of 32nd Street between Broadway and Fifth Avenue, long one of the city’s most exciting eating streets, has slipped lately, and BCD Tofu House is a welcome addition. Not that it’s breaking new culinary ground. The menu is familiar, grilled meats and bibimbap, short rib stew and pajeon (seafood and scallion pancake)…

About BCD Tofu House

You can experience the wonders of Korean cuisine at the moment your soup arrives, bubbling in a hot-stone pot with our delicious side dishes, including Kimchi, one of the most healthy foods.

Headquarter

  • 3580 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, LA, CA

  • info@bcdtofuhouse.com
    www.bcdtofu.com

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