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Biergarten
Biergarten

Biergarten

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206 N Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90004
(323) 466-4860
http://www.biergartenla.com/
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The food is disappointing. Happy hour prices are not as cheap for beer, but the food is pretty cheap.

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Local from Covina

The food is disappointing. Happy hour prices are not as cheap for beer, but the food is pretty cheap.

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Local from Los Angeles

This is a Korean Gastropub that serve fusion Korean and Americans food.

Price is a bit high for what you getting. Interesting creation such as military sop which is a ramen with kimchi soup sad and sausages.

Most dish here are great for photos.

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Local from Los Angeles

Cool place with awesome selection of beers. Parking kind of stinks since it's located on a busy street but great place to grab a bite and drink if you're in the area.

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Local from Sherman Oaks

I should have recognized the bad sign when I walked into Biergarten and there wasn't a single Korean there. The place was mostly empty when we walked in and the few tables that did have people were non-Asians.

We ordered 2 beers and a plate of chicken wings. The dish was really horrible. Their chicken wings were so tiny that they are literally the smallest chicken wings I've ever been served in a restaurant. The spicy sauce that comes with it doesn't taste good at all. Our order came with fries but they were chewy instead of crispy.

I heard people tend to come on weekends and stuff to watch the game. They charge you cover for when popular games are on and you have to book ahead. I'll definitely be skipping this place in the future though.

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Local from Los Angeles
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Domestic and imported draft beer selection with a bar food menu of American and Korean comfort food dishes. Get Korean fried chicken and waffles, bratwurst plates, or a burger and fries. It was a good place to sports games and just hang out with friends. Not overcrowded with a chill atmosphere. Valet parking in front lot for $2. Cheers!

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Local from Los Angeles

Biergarten. Great place for Korean American beer food. Korean-style fried chicken, kalbi tacos, shoe-string fries and fresh made chips are the best compliments to beer!

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Local from Los Angeles

Came here for Happy Hour. In the first hour the restaurant was pretty bare, but as time progressed, by halftime of Thursday Night Football, this place went to about 60% capacity. This spot is called Biergarten for the large selection of beers of tap, but it's totally Korean inspired food (besides one thing I ordered). It's a darkwood pubby feel in here with a scattering of TV's, but not every table will be able to have one in view. We sat smack in the middle of a room to view the larger tv up the mid.

-=-Kimchee pancake-=- Pretty oily, but that's usually the nature of kimchee pancakes. I probably wouldn't get this again. I typically think of kimchee pancakes as a simple flavor, so maybe there's just too much going on with this one.

-=-Kalbi quesadilla-=- Anything with the word kalbi in the name needs to live up to that meaty standard. For some reason tucked away into all the cheese and tortilla, the kalbi soul gets lost. I may try this again to see if I get a better version of it.

-=-Sweet potato strings-=- It's just one jumbled up big tangled thing of potato. There's sweetness on top in the form of powder sugar, but if that's not your thing then there's atleast some parts of potato there not touched by sweetness. Flavor and goodness in this is sparse, but this dish is good for one thing and that's munching and filler.

-=-German fried rice-=- This was the one dish that was not Korean by any speck. The flavor was not overly complex either. Most of my love for this dish came in the form of gravy and egg.

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Local from Culver City

I've unfortunately only been here once, but I really want to go again. Their menu is great, with yummy food and interesting drinks. There's plenty of space inside but parking is sadly valet only.

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Another great gastropub!

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Great selection of beer and chill place to hang out!

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San Francisco

Gastropubs, Korean, German

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Local from Los Angeles

solid spot!

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