What’s an old-school steakhouse doing in the middle of Koreatown? Surviving. This place doesn't look like it's changed one bit since it opened almost 50 years ago. The menu still boasts classics like shrimp scampi ($12.95) and French onion soup ($5.50) that are among the best in the city. Skip the prime rib; instead, opt for cuts from the char-broiler such as extra-thick, prime top sirloin ($26.95, 14-ounce) served on a sizzling platter. Taylor's may be one of the cheapest steakhouses in town, and also one of the most comfortable. From the big leather booths to the servers who look like they were born in the RKO days, this is one LA classic that timeless.