29 May '17, 3am
SBCD Korean Tofu House
We’ve had our fair share of Korean restaurants specializing in grilled meats, bingsu, jjajangmyeon and others but an eatery specializing in tofu stew? Now that’s a first. SBCD Korean Tofu House (not to be confused with BCD Tofu House in Los Angeles) is our first ever Korean restaurant that specializes in Korean soft tofu soup (soondubu). SBCD, though completely unaffiliated with BCD Tofu House, borrows concepts and is inspired by the latter. For appetizers, we had the Japchae with beef, egg and mixed vegetables ($19.9 0) and Prawn Tofu Pancake ($19.90) , which can fill you up rather quickly. I’d say skip these and go straight for the tofu stew and main courses. Among the main courses, we tried the LA Galbi ($35.90), Spicy Raw Flower Crab ($29.90) and the Spicy Grilled Chicken ($25.90). The Spicy Raw Flower Crab is a new item only recently added to the menu so I was pretty ...