For a cheap, filling, fast-casual meal in Koreatown, slip into Food Gallery 32. Stations pump out sushi, crisp spring rolls, Korean bibimbap, seafood pancakes, vegetable dumplings and icy bubble teas. It’s easy to eat for under $10 at any of the vendors. Taiyaki (fish-shaped pastries stuffed with red bean paste or custard) are an amusing, tasty dessert. Or head upstairs where a branch of Spot Dessert Bar offers artistic, Asian-style confections. Seating is communal, and even when it’s crowded, spaces tend to open up quickly since it attracts a young, on-the-go clientele.