CLOSED. New restaurant in the space formerly occupied by the venerable Kang Nam, serving Chinese, Korean, and Chinese-Korean.
Karaoke bar with private rooms for an hourly rate of $5 per person; wine, beer, sake, and some Korean menu items are available.
Authentic Korean, including a number of relatively obscure items. Closed the last Sunday of every month.
Korean-Mexican fusion tacos and burritos, plus a few Korean standards.
Quick-service pan-Asian and Korean from a CHIC grad.
Chinese/Korean old-timer near the Noyes Street el.
Spare Korean spot specializing in seafood hot pots; other atypical offerings include rice porridges and a panchan of soy-marinated sweet raw crabs.
Lakeview Chinese restaurant offering a few Chinese-Korean dishes tweaked to suit the neighborhood.
American grill classics plus Korean standards like bi bim bop in the shadow of the el tracks.
Korean teahouse with a patio theme.
Albany Park restaurant serving Chinese standards as well as some Korean-Chinese specialties.
Japanese spot specializes in sushi and teriyaki bowls for carry-out and delivery.
Ruler of the roost for after-hours Korean.
Large Korean place with an adventurous menu.
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