Written By
Jonathan Gillett
Jonathan Gillett - December 20, 2012


Finest faux English decorations and Korean fried chicken in town!

Formerly the Windsor Restaurant, this location is now goes by a different name (The Prince) but it retains all the marks of a Koreatown classic. Although the bill of fare is far removed from the “Continental” cuisine that was originally served in this establishment, the quirky decorative scheme has thankfully been preserved to an astonishing extent, right down to the classic red Naguahyde booths and unique lamps that resemble country squires. These tiny gentlemen are so distinctive that you’ll begin to notice their ubiquity in period movies and T.V. shows filmed in Los Angeles.

The bar seating features a happy hour with steep discounts on beer and soju and a large menu with many classic Korean bar food staples. Booth seating is plentiful but at the time of visit did not offer the drink discount. The Jonathan Gold approved and rightfully famous fried chicken is a standby while the hot BBQ wings also make a delicious mess.

Close proximity to a metro station and the HMS Bounty make this a great place to spend an evening.



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