The return of weekly restaurant reviews

I jump back in with Shiku in Grand Central Market.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • June 26, 2021
If I were constructing my perfect meal from Shiku, the Grand Central Market stall run by Kwang Uh and Mina Park serving Korean comfort foods, I’d start with the Andong-jjimdak — Andong-style soy-braised chicken. The dish is a special and not...
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