Division 3, Glassell Park location. They also have a Hollywood location on Hollywood x Bronson.
Small little walk up with patio seating in the back. I have seen them in a few foodie lists for Breakfast Sandwiches. And the pics look good.
Menu. They also have a specials menu by the register I saw a pork belly and blueberry, and a coffee braised brisket.
These are messy sandwiches. This is the Corned Beef. I have to say the eggs, biscuit, and sauce are the dominant flavors here. I did like the corned beef when tasted on its own but in this sandwich it got owned by the other components. As a whole it is messy and very tasty. I think next time I’ll try the Bacon or even the Salmon. These are tiny btw, like 3-5 bites bye gone down in the belly.
So I got another…
The Chorizo. This was one of the workers favorite. This was better. The Chorizo is split and is well seasoned. Like all of there breakfast sandwiches the combination of egg and biscuit is just wonderful.
D3 makes a great alternative/options for breakfast from the usual good Mexican breakfast joints in Northeast LA. Give them a shot.
Sari Sari Store’s Buko Pie!!!
As you guys know I am COCONUT everyting!!!
I love Thai Coconut Cakes hot from the griddle. I already knew I loved this pie before I ate it (cue Savage Garden!
That crumble on top!!
Then that are pieces of coconut underneath!
Then underneath is the best damn coconut custard in LA.
My only splitting hair complaint would be I would have liked my pie slightly warm, giggity giggity
Mapo Kkak Doo Gee is one of the best home style Korean joints in Ktown, powered by some Korean Aunties who can throw down some good ass food.
. Hand torn dough flakes in a seafood broth. The flakes had a great chew and texture. Broth was very comforting, which I think had some clams thrown in.
Would come back again and again!!
Little Tokyo Galleria, the cart is outside in between parking structure and market across from Daiso.
After being rejected at Zion Market on 6th x Alex, I came here. (Why do you still have a sign for Hotteok if you ain’t going to serve it???)
They are here everyday from 1030-2000 ran by a very sweet Korean couple. This is my 1st Hotteok, and I just love the flavor combination! I just wish there was more filling, but hey it’s 1 for $2, made to order.
Went inside for some of my favorite ice cream in LA
Got the Injeolmi, slight nutty flavor with some mochi.
Had the Yakgwa before and it was very good. Sampled the black sesame, wow very very nutty, they didn’t hold back. Give this place a try for tradtional Korean and East Asian flavors. They might be moving to Ktown soon.
Speaking of Ktown…
All this talk of this place I gotta give it a try. I don’t eat Korean BBQ so this was a nice and expensive treat.
Come on baby light my fire
Got the Chuck Flap aka Meat Flower.
Very tender, slight beef flavor, perfect with a tiny dip in soy and a pinch of salt. This was too good!!
I know this was suppose to be slightly sweet, but I didn’t get any slightly sweet notes at all. It’s still good because of the quality.
Scarface likes it!! Most overrated actor ever btw yelling and being angry is not always good acting lol
But hey at least he likes good Korean BBQ!