Bornga 22640 Golden Springs Dr, Diamond Bar, CA91765 Bornga is a Korean barbecue restaurant that was established back in 1993. Its current management staff has been running…More the restaurant for the past two years. Located directly across from the Diamond Bar Golf Course on Golden Springs Drive, it offers fresh Korean barbecue dishes and side orders, and will even be expanding its operation in the near future to include a traditional Japanese sushi bar as well. The Korean part of the restaurant doesn't get any more authentic: It offers premium boneless prime beef ribs, marinated beef short ribs and a specially marinated beef brisket, to name a few. The restaurant is known for its combination specials that are tailored to feed the number of people at a table.
Spicy Kimchi 1381 S Diamond Bar Blvd, Diamond Bar, CA91765 This popular storefront restaurant is slightly obscured from the road, and located just to the left of U.S. Tae Kwon Do…More Center. Korean barbecue, soup and noodle dishes shine here, where there's far more than just kimchi on the menu. The bento combo boxes are a favorite option with regulars. The dinner and drink menu is also extensive, ranging from boba milk tea to fruit slushes and frozen yogurt. Counter seating provides a quick option for small parties, while tables accommodate larger groups.
Pantera Park occupies 15.5 developed acres and 7.5 undeveloped acres of land overlooking Diamond Bar and the San…More Gabriel Valley, right across the street from Pantera Elementary School. The park's athletic fields are all lighted, including two baseball fields, two tennis courts, three basketball courts, one multi-purpose court and two soccer fields. All of the park's athletic fields and courts are lighted until 9 p.m. The park also offers space for picnics, barbecues, a playground, meeting facilities with offices and storage and a total 160 parking spaces.
A trail entrance on the east side of the park, up the hill beyond the tennis and basketball courts, offers a 0.6 mile hike.