Let's hear what the representative of Khan restaurant has to say.
"In order to present a proper Sabu-Sabu restaurant we have prepared for a long time.
Because of that, I can say with confidence that we are ready for our customers. The essence of Sabu-Sabu is good-quality meat and a superb dipping sauce. That's exactly why I went to Japan. I learned how to make Ponzu sauce, Goma sauce, and hot sauce, which are used in Japan to bring out the best taste. So, I am always in charge of making the sauces served at our restaurant. Everyone who visits the restaurant at least once acknowledges the taste. One of the owners of Khan restaurant explained that since LA is known for its diverse ethnic cuisine and people there are exposed to it, it is not possible to run a specialty restaurant targeting Koreans in LA with mediocre skills.
"In fact, Sabu-Sabu is thought to appeal to the taste of women.
Therefore, we paid a lot of attention to our interior decoration. The attention was paid to choose the best-quality dishware and a lot of thought and consideration has been put into the layout of the tables and so on.
We thought that the restrooms are an extension of the dining hall so we have decorated them in a sophisticated and hygienic way."
Under the motto of cooking healthy food, Khan does not use any additives or MSG at all. At Khan, fresh vegetables and natural ingredients are a must.
"The beef we use is a natural, organic product and comes from the cows that have been raised without the injection of antibiotics and hormones but are only fed corn.
Also, all the vegetables are washed in alkali water.
To sum it up, we are dedicated to bringing food that helps promote people's well-being.
The roast beef, Genghis Khan beef, chicken, duck, and Sabu-Sabu served at Khan are inexpensive considering their quality which makes them all the more popular. Also, after enjoying all of the above, kimchi or vegetable porridge, which is just the thing for Korean people's taste, will finish up the dining experience with a hearty feeling.
Also, amongst the menu items, kimchi and Korean-leek dumplings are Khan's proudly served dishes.
Furthermore, the restaurant is equipped with the "individual bar" which makes it convenient for any customer who comes here by him or herself.
"I am thrilled to finally introduce the dish in which I have put so much work and dedication.
I hope everybody comes here and enjoys themselves without any pressure about the price. Many people were surprised to find out that meat can taste this diverse and deep."
The representative of Khan said that they prepare every single side dish as if it is home made.
Address: 210 N. Western Ave. # 103, Los Angeles, CA 900004
Phone: 323- 465-6688 | Fax: 323-465-1521