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Koreatown Galleria:


L.A.'s Deluxe Corean (Korean) Market & Food Court



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Koreatown Galleria
3250 Olympic Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA

owering over the southeast intersection of Olympic and Western — the district's two main thoroughfares — the gleaming Koreatown Galleria became an instant landmark when it opened in 2002. It is one more reason for visitors to see Koreatown as L.A.'s nouvelle Asian experience — Asian in flavor but ultra-modern and deluxe in ambience.

     Anchoring the ground floor of the three-level indoor mall is the immense and immaculate Galleria Market. Its broad, tastefully-arranged aisles stock not only the choicest products from Corean (Korean) food distrubutors but also from Japanese and, to a lesser extent, Chinese. It's the supermarket for shoppers willing to pay more for Asian food presented according to the highest aesthetic standards.






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     That applies equally to the big, airy food court sprawling across a huge open expanse of the top level. Fourteen eateries, café, bakeries and restaurants offer almost every type of Corean fare, as well as Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine. There's even a boba shop. All can be enjoyed while enjoying a view of downtown through the tall airport-style plate-glass windows or gazing down at the shoppers on the atrium level. The Galleria also houses two dozen shops selling fahion, accessories, housewares, stationery and toys.


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